Publications

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The Memory of White
18 October through 30 November 2012. 40 pps. and cover; 17 works of art. Introduction by Hélène de Franchis.
Parallel Remix
October 14-November 20, 2010. 36 pps. and cover; 24works of art. Introduction by Yuko Shiraishi.
Sung-Hy Shin
April 10-May 15, 2008. 32 pps. and cover; 16 works of art. Introduction by Ingrid Hutton.
Leonard Hutton Galleries
Post-War American, Russian Avant-Garde, French Modernism. January 2007. Brochure.
Joseph Albers•Yuko Shiraishi
A Way Of Seeing. April 20-May 26, 2006. 72 pps. and cover 14 works of art, 12 installations. Introduction by Ingrid Hutton, essays by Adrian Dannatt and Yuko Shiraishi.
Alberto Magnelli
October 19–November 30, 2005. 56 pps. and cover; 37 works of art, essay by Daniel Abadie.
Sam Francis
The Early 1950’s and 1960’s. October 2004. Brochure.
César Domela
October 10–November 30, 2002. 64 pps. and cover; 24 works of art. Introduction by Anne Dutter-Domela and Lie Tugayé-Domela, essay by Daniel Abadie.
Alberto Magnelli
October 22–December 12, 1998. 44 pps. and cover; 17 works of art. Introduction by Ingrid Hutton.
Kazimir Severinovich Malevich
October 20–November 30, 1995. 80 pps. and cover; 64 works of art. Foreword by Ingrid Hutton; essay by Lev Nussberg.
Sonia Delaunay
Works of the Teens and Twenties. April 4–May 26, 1995. 56 pps. and cover; 32 works of art. Introduction by Shary Rossman, essays by Monique Schneider Maunoury and Jean-Louis Delaunay.
Lazar Markovich Khidekel
Suprematism and Architecture. Paintings, Watercolors, Drawings. February 15–March 31, 1995. 72 pps. and cover; 70 works of art. Introduction by Ingrid Hutton, essay by Selim O. Khan-Magomedov.
Vasily Dmitrievich Ermilov
Gouaches, Sculpture, Reliefs. April 27–June 8, 1990. 64 pps. and cover; 77 works of art. Introduction by Ingrid Hutton, essay by Olga Fourier, Sarah Bodine and Lev Nussberg.
Herbert Beck
Watercolors. October 20–November 25, 1989. 32 pps. and cover; 49 works of art. Introduction by Leonard Hutton-Hutschnecker.
Jawlensky
Father and Son March 20–May 30, 1987. 60 pps. and cover; 69 works of art. Introduction by Leonard Hutton-Hutschnecker.
Popova & Malevich
Gouaches & Drawings by Luibov Popova & Kazimir Malevich. April 18–May 30, 1986. 8 pps. and cover; 33 works of art. Essays by Sarah Bodine.
Alberto Magnelli
A Florentine painter. October 18–December 14, 1985. 32 pps. and cover; 24 works of art. art. Introduction by Leonard Hutton-Hutschnecker, essay by Daniel Abadie.
Kandisky & Marc
Graphic Works by Wassily Kandinsky & Franz Marc. April 19–May 1985. Brochure.
The Blue Four
Feininger, Jawlensky, Kandinsky, Paul Klee. March 30–May 24, 1984. 82 pps. and cover; 65 works of art. Introduction by Leonard Hutton-Hutschnecker.Foreword by Professor Peg Weiss.
Malevich, Suetin, Chashnik
Watercolors, Drawings, Porcelain. October 21–December 31, 1983. 40 pps. and cover; 66 works of art. Introduction by Ingrid Hutton, essay by Sarah Bodine.
Eduardo Arroyo
March 24–May 26, 1983. 56 pps. and cover; 40 works of art. Foreword by Dominique Bozo, essays by Professor Werner Spies and Christian Derouet.
Alexej Jawlensky
Jawlensky & Major German Expressionists. October 17–December 1980. 88 pps. and cover; 39 works of art. Introduction by Leonard Hutton-Hutschnecker.
Ilya Grigorevich Chashnik
Watercolors, Drawings, Reliefs. November 2, 1979–March 15, 1980. 84 pps. and cover; 82 works of art.
Willi Baumeister
October 27–December 1978. 29 pps. and cover; 25 works of art.
Twenty-Five Masterpieces Of German Expressionism and Russian Avant-Garde
April 21–June 2, 1978. Brochure.
Der Blaue Reiter und sein Kreis
March 18–May 1977. 76 pps. and cover; 85 works of art. Foreword by Dr. Hans Konrad Roethel
André Lhote
Cubism October 16–December 18, 1976. 32 pps. and cover; 41 works of art. Essays by Jean Cassou and Professor Daniel Robbins.
Rudolf Bauer
The Constructivist Years. April 3–June 19, 1976. 40 pps. and cover; 27 works of art.Foreword by Leonard Hutton-Hutschnecker.
Alexandra Exter
Marionettes Created 1926. October 23–December 1975. 36 pps. and cover; 30 works of art. Essay by Professor John E. Bowlt.
Boris Bilinsky
Decors and Costumes. May 29–June 20, 1975. In collaboration with the Stravinsky-Diaghilev Museum. 4 pps. and cover; 41 works of art.
Chaim Gross
Aubusson Tapestries. November–December 1974. 8 pps. and cover; 24 works of art. Introduction by Louis Chapin.
Alexander Calder
Aubusson Tapestries. April–June 1974. 4pps. and cover; 24 works. Introduction by Leonard Hutton-Hutschnecker.
German Expressionists
November 1972–February 1973. 48 pps. and cover; 85 works of art. Introduction by Leonard HuttonHutschnecker.
Alexander Calder
Aubusson Tapestries. April 14–May 1972. 16 pps. and cover; 26 works.
Russian Avant-Garde 1908–1922
October 16–December 18, 1971. 102 pps. and cover; 120 works of art. Foreword by Professor S. Frederick Starr, essay by Professor John E. Bowlt.
Rudolf Bauer
October 23–December 19, 1970. 32 pps. and cover; 61 works of art. Introduction by Leonard HuttonHutschnecker.
Kandinsky, Franz Marc, August Macke
Drawings and Watercolors. April 16–May 28, 1969. 144 pps. and cover; 162 works of art. Foreword by Dr. Hans Konrad Roethel.
Fauves and Expressionists
April 18–June 12, 1968. 68 pps. and cover; 119 works of art. Foreword for the Fauves by Bernard Dorival. Foreword for the Expressionists by Professor Leopold Reidemeister.
Gerhard Marcks
April–May 1967. 28 pps. and cover; 180 works of art. Introduction by Dr. Alfred Werner.
Gabriele Münter — Hinterglasmalerei
Woodcuts in Color, Etchings, Collages. December 1966–January 1967. 20 pps. and cover; 105 works of art. Introduction by Dr. Alfred Werner.
Gabriele Münter
Paintings: 1906-1956. March–April 1966. 20 pps. and cover; 72 works of art. Introduction by Dr. Hans Konrad Roethel.
Kees van Dongen
1900 to 1925. November 16–December 18, 1965. 24 pps. and cover; 35 works of art.
Alexej Jawlensky
February 17–March 1965. 24 pps. and cover; 80 works of art. Foreword by Dr. Clemens Weiler.
Albert Gleizes
Albert Gleizes and the Section d’Or. October 28–December 5, 1964. 24 pps. and cover; 64 works of art. Essays by William A. Camfield and Professor Daniel Robbins.
Georg Tappert
April 22–May 16, 1964. 12 pps. and cover; 47 works of art. Introduction by Dr. Peter Selz.
Der Blaue Reiter
February 19–March 30, 1963. 50th Anniversary Exhibition. 40 pps. and cover; 106 works of art. Foreword by Professor Will Grohmann. essay by Dr. Peter Selz.
Hans Jaenisch
His Fuguettes and Formations—Watercolors on Linen. January 10–31, 1963. 4 pps. and cover; 45 works of art. Introduction by Professor Hans Jaenisch and Leonard Hutton-Hutschnecker.
Sculpture by André Derain
December 1962. 4pps. and cover; 54 sculptures. Introduction by Alice Derain.
Gabriele Munter
Murnau to Stockholm (1908–1917). November 22–December 1961. 16 pps. and cover; 45 works of art. Foreword by Dr. Hans Konrad Roethel.
Hans Jaenisch
May 1960. 12pps. and cover; 50 works of art. Introduction by Dr. Charlotte Weidler.
Oskar Moll
March 1–26, 1960. 16 pps. and cover; 41 works of art. Foreword by Professor Will Grohmann.