Jules Olitski, 100 Paintings, 100 Years: A Centennial Retrospective
Published by Yares Art
Essays by Elizabeth Frank and Alex Grimley, chronology by Alex Grimley
Fully illustrated, 187 pages
Designed by Tim Laun and Natalie Wedeking
A pioneer in the Color Field movement, Jules Olitski (1922–2007) is known for his luminous abstract paintings characterized by shifting planes of color and lush textural nuances. This lavishly illustrated, nearly 200-page book accompanied an expansive retrospective exhibition of the artist’s work and contains full-color examples of paintings from each decade of his prolific career.
The publication also features essays by the renowned Olitski scholar Alex Grimley and the Pulitzer-winning author and art critic Elizabeth Frank, as well as an illustrated chronology of the artist’s life.