Text by Tim Griffin.
Published by Radius Books/David Zwirner
Alice Neel (1900–1984) is widely considered one of the greatest portraitists of the twentieth century. Published on the occasion of a solo exhibition at David Zwirner, New York, this beautifully designed book presents a selection of portraits and still lifes from the last two decades of the artist’s life. Called “the pre-eminent painter-chronicler of New York bohemia” by Deborah Solomon of The New York Times, Neel remains a hero to many of today’s most influential figurative painters, including Eric Fischl, Elizabeth Peyton and Marlene Dumas--as much for the emotional and psychological intensity of her work as for her exemplary fearlessness.
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