Flam, Jack D(onald)
FLAM, Jack D(onald)
FLAM, Jack D(onald). American, b. 1940. Genres: Art/Art history. Career: Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, instructor in art, 1963-66; University of Florida, Gainesville, assistant professor, 1966-69, associate professor of art, 1969-72; City University of New York, NYC, professor of art history at Brooklyn College and Graduate Center, 1975-, distinguished professor of art history, 1991-. Art critic for the Wall Street Journal, 1984-92. Publications: (ed.) Matisse on Art, 1973; Zoltan Gorency (novel), 1974; Bread and Butter (novel), 1977; (with J. Cowart, D. Fourcade, and J.H. Neff) Henri Matisse Paper Cut Outs, 1978; (with D. Ashton) Robert Motherwell, 1981; Matisse: The Man and His Art, 1869-1918, 1986; (ed.) Matisse: A Retrospective, 1988; Motherwell, 1991; Richard Diebenkorn: Ocean Park, 1993; Matisse: The Dance, 1993; Western Artists/African Art, 1994; Judith Rothschild: An Artist's Search, 1998; Les peintures de Picasso: Un theatre mental, 1998; The Modern Drawing, 1999; Matisse in the Cone Collection, 2001; Matisse and Picasso: The Story of Their Rivalry and Friendship, 2003; Primitivism and Twentieth-Century Art: A Documentary History, 2003. Coeditor of Documents of 20th Century Art. Contributor to journals.