Underground Together The Art and Life of Harvey Dinnerstein
Introduction: Raman Frey, Wendi Norris
Essay: Peter Hamill, Gabriel Weisberg
Publisher/Date: San Francisco: Chronicle Books (c. 2008) Published to accompany an exhibition.
Format/Condition: New hardcover book with dust jacket in Fine condition. 207 pages, 9.2 x 1 x 12 inches. Profusely illustrated in color and some black-and-white.
Description: This is the first career-spanning monograph from one of the foremost contemporary realist painters. New York-based artist Harvey Dinnerstein creates hauntingly penetrating portraits and allegorical street scenes. His work over the course of five decades remains fresh and apt for our time, depicting New York as a microcosm of our society's rich pluralism, struggle, and resilience.
Published to accompany a major exhibition, this volume's luscious reproduction and career-spanning scope make this one of the premier art books of the season.