Day, Holliday T.
DAY, Holliday T.
DAY, Holliday T. American, b. 1936. Genres: Art/Art history. Career: Freelance art critic, 1975-80; Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE, curator of American art, 1980-85; Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN, senior curator of contemporary art, 1985-2000. Consortium of Indianapolis Universities, lecturer, spring, 1987. Panelist, lecturer, and juror for art exhibitions, 1978-94. Publications: Seven Sculptors, 1978; Europe in the Seventies (bibliography), 1979; Stacked, Packed, and Hung, 1980; Dennis Kowalski, 1980; I-80 Series, 1980-82; The Shape of Space: The Sculpture of George Sugarman, 1981; (with Adrian, Cathcart, and Flood) Ed Paschke: Selected Works, 1982; New Art of Italy: Chia Clemente Cucchi Paladino, 1983; Elyn Zimmerman, 1985; Painting and Sculpture Today, 1986; Art of the Fantastic: Latin America, 1920-1987, 1987; (with Sturges) Joslyn Art Museum: Painting and Sculpture from the European and American Collections, 1987; (ed.) Indianapolis Museum of Art: Collections Handbook, 1988; Joseph Cantor: Connoisseur, 1988; Rick Paul, 1989; Power: Its Myths and Mores in American Art, 1961-1991, 1991; Forefront Series, 1991-2000; (with Harris and Waller) The Poetry of Form: Richard Tuttle Drawings from the Vogel Collection, 1993; Felrath Hines, 1995; Crossroads of American Sculpture, 2000. Contributor to books; contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals. Address: 1207 Golden Hill Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46208, U.S.A.