Ratcliff, Carter

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RATCLIFF, Carter. American, b. 1941. Genres: Poetry, Art/Art history, Biography. Career: Art critic and writer. Contributing Ed., Art in America mag., NYC, 1977-. Workshop Director, Poetry Project, St. Mark's Church, NYC, 1969-70; Columnist, New York Letter monthly column, 1969-79; Associate Ed., Art News, 1969-72; Advisory Ed., Art International, 1970-75. Publications: Painterly vs. Painted, 1971; Fever Coast (poetry), 1973; Art Criticism: Other Minds, Other Eyes, 6 parts, 1974-75; Willem de Kooning, 1975; Robert Smithson, 1979; Rafael Ferrer, 1980; Lucas Samaras: Sittings, 1980; Joseph Cornell, 1980; Salvador Dali, 1982; John Singer Sargent, 1982; Andy Warhol, 1983; Give Me Tomorrow (poetry), 1983; Pressures of the Hand, 1984; Robert Longo, 1985; Frank Stella, 1985; Dramatis Personae, 5 parts, 1985-86; Pat Steir: Paintings, 1986; Gilbert and George: The Complete Pictures 1971-1985, 1987; Travel and Tourism: Bagpipes on the Shore, 3 parts, 1986-87; Lynda Benglis and Keith Sonnier: A Ten Year Retrospective 1977-1987, 1987; Dandyism and Abstraction, 1988; Roy Lichtenstein, 1989; Komar and Melamid, 1989; Barnett Newman, 1991; Jackson Pollock, 1994; Willem de Kooning, 1994; Ellsworth Kelly, 1996; The Fate of a Gesture: Jackson Pollock and Postwar American Art, 1996; Francis Bacon, 1998; The Violet Hour: An Essay on Beauty, 1998; Jackson Pollock's American Sublime, 1999; Joe Brainard's Quiet Dazzle, 2001; The Sublime Was Then: The Art of Barnett Newman, 2001; Out of the Box, 2001; William Blake: The People's Bard, 2001; Barnett Newman's Perennial Now, 2002. Address: 75 Harris Rd., Valatie, NY 12184-4006, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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