American Abstract Artists is represented in video on both YouTube and Vimeo.

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A presentation by Rebecca DiGiovanna at South Bend Museum of Art on the exhibition “Blurring Boundaries The Women Of AAA, 1936–present.”

This lecture was recorded on Nov.18th, 2020 on Facebook Live through ZOOM. DiGiovanna discusses the social and political climate of 1930s America surrounding the inception of AAA, focusing on the history of its female founding members, and discussion of the work in the exhibition. Mark Rospenda, Curator of Exhibitions and Collections is the host.

Rebecca DiGiovanna is an independent curator, historian, and artist from Memphis, TN. She is pursuing an MA in Art History at Hunter College; her art historical investigations center on the politics of identity and themes of migrancy and diaspora; constructions of gender and Otherness; and modes of collecting and preservation. She has worked at Soho’s The Drawing Center since January 2019, where she is the Assistant to the Executive Director.

Blurring Boundaries The Women Of AAA, 1936–present
On View: October 17, 2020 – January 3, 2021
South Bend Museum of Art, Warner Gallery

Visit with AAA member Raquel Rabinovich, 2000

Visit with AAA member Alice Adams. Interview by Kirsten Swenson at David Hall Gallery, December 12, 2018

Visit with AAA member Katinka Mann, Gallery Max Soho, New York, 2019

Visit with AAA member Victor Kord, June Kelly Gallery, New York, 2019

Studio Visit with AAA member Susan Smith, New York, 2020

Studio Visit with AAA member and President, Jim Osman, New York, 2020. A video by Carol Saft.

Studio Visit with AAA member Steven Alexander, New York, April 2020, courtesy of Spanierman Modern

“Animated Abstraction 4” by AAA member Jeanne Wilkinson New York, 2020

Rhia Hurt, “Seeing Through” site specific installation, Ground Floor Gallery, Brooklyn, 2019. Video by Nicole Casamento

On-the-Spot with The Brooklyn Rail: Catskills Studio Visit with AAA member Mara Held, July, 2020

American Abstract Artists presents Beyond the Gendered Lens: From the AAA Exhibition, Blurring Boundaries, to a larger discussion of Women in Contemporary Art
December 3rd, 2019 at Pen and Brush, 29 E. 22nd St., NY, NY 10010

Virginia AndersonCurator of American Art and Department Head of American Painting & Sculpture and Decorative Arts at the Baltimore Museum of Art, and curator of By Their Creative Force: American Women Modernists, currently on view at the Baltimore Museum of Art
Emily Berger, Artist and AAA Member
Rebecca DiGiovannacurator of the traveling exhibition, Blurring Boundaries: The Women of American Abstract Artists, 1936 – present
Creighton Michael, Artist and AAA Member
Nancy Princenthal, author of Agnes Martin: Her Life and Art, and Unspeakable Acts: Women, Art and Sexual Violence in the 1970’s
Karen Wilkin, independent curator and art critic, author of numerous publications on such artists as Katherine Bradford, Stuart Davis, Helen Frankenthaler and Hans Hofmann

Joanne Mattera, Artist and AAA Member

Sensory Impact – On the occasion of the exhibition, Sensory Impact, American Abstract Artists, Morgan Stanley International, Purchase, New York. Panel discussion moderated by Max Weintraub, Assistant Visiting Professor, Department of Art, Hunter College, CUNY. Panelists: Alice Adams, Christine Berry, Phillis Ideal, Stephen Maine, Stephen Westfall

Interview with American Abstract Artist Member Irene Lawrence
Video by Richard Goulis and Mike Turecamo
Music by Tyler-James Kelly

American Abstract Artists at the Icebox Gallery, Crane Arts Building in the Fishtown District of Philadelphia. Interviews with Steven Alexander and DonVoisine

American Abstract Artists aux Réalités Nouvelles 2012, by Dominique Tiger
Interview de Don Voisine, président de American Abstract Artists, équivalent Américain des Réalités Nouvelles, invité lors du Salon 2012

Leo Rabkin at Sideshow Gallery, Part 1 of 2

Leo Rabkin at Sideshow Gallery, Part 2 of 2