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by John Chamberlain,‎ Donna De Salvo, Dave Hickey, Adrian Kohn,‎ Charles Ray, Susan Davidson 

John Chamberlain: Choices accompanies the Guggenheim Museum exhibition, which comprises 95 works, from the artist’s earliest monochromatic iron sculptures to the outsized foil creations he is working on today, encompassing shifts in scale, material and methods informed by the collage process that has been central to Chamberlain’s working method. 

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Early works

by John Chamberlain, Allan Stone

Printed on the occasion of the exhibition: JOHN CHAMBERLAIN - Early Works, Oct. 28 - Dec. 20, 2003 at the Allan Stone Gallery.

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Essays by Clayton Press

Mnuchin Gallery is delighted to present Reds, an exhibition offering a focused look at artists’ use of red over sixty years, from the postwar period to the present day. The exhibition will include paintings and sculpture by twenty-five artists, including Francis Bacon, Louise Bourgeois, Alexander Calder, Willem de Kooning, Jeff Koons, Yayoi Kusama, and Mark Rothko, to name a few. The exhibition will be on view from April 27 through June 9, 2018.

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by E.P. CutlerJulien Tomasello 

John Chamberlain + Mary Katrantzou

A volume of magnificent proportions, Art + Fashion is as exciting and elegant as the creative partnerships it celebrates. Spanning numerous eras, men and women's fashion, and a wide range of art mediums, these 25 collaborative projects reveal the astonishing work that results when luminaries from the art world come together with icons of the fashion world (including Saint Laurent, Westwood, McQueen). 

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New sculptures

by Thomas Crow

John Chamberlain: New Sculpture is published in conjunction with two recent exhibitions by the venerable sculptor at Gagosian Gallery’s New York and London venues. 

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The Foam Sculptures

by John Chamberlain, Klaus Kertess, Marianne Stockebran, Iris Winkelmeyer 

Here is the flip side of John Chamberlain's well-known crushed car sculptures: his work in foam. Just as revelatory in their formal sophistication, these works, primarily made from 1966 to 1970, with a few made in the late 1970s and early 1980s, boggle the eye with their simplicity.

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by John Chamberlain. Text by Carlo McCormick. 

Pictures is Chamberlain’s most candid, autobiographical, and intimate body of work to date. Departing from his sculptures in medium and imagery, these new works on canvas continue the artist’s use of color and composition that infuse his art with extreme energy and power.

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Essays by Jim Jacobs, Pepe Karmel, and Robert Mnuchin

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Conversation between Nancy Rubins and Thomas Crow

Published in 2018 on the occasion of the exhibition John Chamberlain: Masks at Gagosian Madison Avenue, New York

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Catalogue raisonne of the Sculpture 1954-1985

by Julie Sylvester

Catalogue Raisonne of the most important sculptor of the Abstract Expressionist generation. With 313 color plates and 371 black-and-white illustrations, exhibition history, bibliography and an index.

Papier Paradisio

by John Chamberlain, Robert Creeley,‎ Fielding Dawson,‎ Dieter Schwarz 

Papier Paradisio includes subtle improvised works on paper, small reliefs made in cardboard and metal, spray paintings and Formica.

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Abstract Bodies: Sixties Sculpture in the Expanded Field of Gender

by David J. Getsy

Drawing on transgender and queer theory, David J. Getsy offers innovative and archivally rich new interpretations of artworks by and critical writing about four major artists—Dan Flavin (1933–1996), Nancy Grossman (b. 1940), John Chamberlain (1927–2011), and David Smith (1906–1965).

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De Kooning/Chamberlain. Influence and transformation

By Bernice Rose

The catalogue for an exhibition comparing the paintings of Willem de Kooning and the sculptures of John Chamberlain. Essay by Bernice Rose. 52 pages with 5 gatefolds; 21 full-page color plates + b&w photos of the artists; 9.5 x 11 inches. Chronology for each artist, list of works.