Foreword * Introduction by Eleanor Nairne * Essay by Katy Siegel * Essay by John Yau * Essay by Suzanne Hudson * Becoming Lee * Life Drawing * War Service Windows * Little Images * Stable Gallery * Prophecy * Night Journeys * Primary Series * Palingenesis * Eleven Ways * Interview - Lee Krasner with Gail Levin * Illustrated Chronology
A new monograph on the life and work of an outstanding abstract expressionist painter, now emerging as one of the most important women artists of the 20th century.
Eleanor Nairne is an art historian and curator at Barbican Art Gallery, London, where her previous exhibitions include 'Basquiat: Boom for Real' (2017). She has contributed to a number of publications, among them the Basquiat monograph Kings, Heroes and the Street: The Art of Jean-Michel Basquiat, and is a contributor to frieze. She is also a former Jerwood Writer in Residence.
'Exhilarating and thorough' - Literary Review
'If you want a one-volume guide to Lee Krasner's work, this is it' - Artbookreview