Master printmaker Kenneth Tyler worked with Joan Mitchell on numerous print projects between 1981 and 1992. On the occasion of the exhibition "Kenneth Tyler: The Art of Collaboration," we offer an excerpt from Tyler's remembrance of Mitchell. Read more.
For fans of Joan Mitchell, this fall offers many opportunities to dig deeper into her work and life through exhibitions, public programs, and a new book. Here's an overview of current and upcoming events. Read more.
The Baltimore Museum of Art and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art are co-organizing a comprehensive retrospective of Joan Mitchell's work. It will open in Baltimore in April 2020, travel to San Francisco in September 2020, and then move to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York in February 2021. Read more.
Today, David Zwirner announced its exclusive worldwide representation of the Joan Mitchell Foundation, which is committed to enhancing recognition of the work and life of acclaimed abstract painter Joan Mitchell. Read more.
Poetry was a lifelong source of inspiration and collaboration for Joan Mitchell. To celebrate April's designation as National Poetry Month, we compiled a selection of Mitchell’s artworks that were inspired by poems and poets. Read more.