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    Sheryl Conkelton
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    Henry Art Gallery (April 1, 2000)
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Conkelton, Sheryl; Henry Art Gallery. An exhibition held at the Henry Art Gallery, University of WAshington, Seattle, October 15, 1999-January 23, 2000.

Conkelton, Sheryl; Henry Art Gallery. Includes bibliographical references (p. 45-47). Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by CarriC on September 3, 2010.

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Essays present modern art in the context of Seattle's social and physical growth.

Looks at the ways in which the work of artists in Seattle was intricately intertwined with the city and explores the diverse styles that arose from a complex and wide-ranging set of ideas about modern art. Essays present modern art in the context of Seattle's social and physical growth.

Conkelton, Sheryl, What It Meant to be Modern: Seattle Art at Mid-Century, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle 1999

Conkelton, Sheryl, What It Meant to be Modern: Seattle Art at Mid-Century, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle 1999. Conkelton, Sheryl, and Landau, Laura, Northwest Mythologies: The Interactions of Mark Tobey, Morris Graves, Kenneth Callahan, and Guy Anderson, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma WA; University of Washington Press, Seattle and London 2003. Kingsbury, Martha, Art of the Thirties: The Pacific Northwest, University of Washington Press for Henry Art Gallery, Seattle and London 1972.

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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Sheryl Conkelton is a curator and historian based in Seattle. Other publications include Frederick Sommer and What It Meant to Be Modern: Seattle Art at Mid-Century. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Among the many exhibitions she has organized are Uta Barth: In Between Places and Annette Messager. She has worked at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Laura Landau is an independent curator who has held positions with the Henry Art Gallery, the J. Paul Getty Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

Conkelton, Sheryl, What It Meant to be Modern: Seattle Art at Mid-Century, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle 1999.

What It Meant to Be Modern: Seattle Art at Mid-Century. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780935558388 (978-35558-38-8) Softcover, Henry Art Gallery, 2000. Learn More at LibraryThing. Martha Kingsbury at LibraryThing.

Conkelton, Sheryl, "What It Meant to be Modern: Seattle Art at Mid-Century", Henry Art Gallery, Seattle 1999. Conkelton, Sheryl, and Landau, Laura, "Northwest Mythologies: The Interactions of Mark Tobey, Morris Graves, Kenneth Callahan, and Guy Anderson", Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma WA; University of Washington Press, Seattle and London 2003. Kingsbury, Martha, "Art of the Thirties: The Pacific Northwest", University of Washington Press for Henry Art Gallery, Seattle and London 1972

Conkelton, Sheryl, What It Meant to be Modern: Seattle Art at Mid-Century, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle 1999

Conkelton, Sheryl, What It Meant to be Modern: Seattle Art at Mid-Century, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle 1999. Kass, Ray, "Morris Graves: Vision of the Inner Eye" (George Braziller, In. New York,1983, in association with The Phillips Collection, Wash.

Looks at the ways in which the work of artists in Seattle was intricately intertwined with the city and explores the diverse styles that arose from a complex and wide-ranging set of ideas about modern art. Essays present modern art in the context of Seattle's social and physical growth.