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Recent titles published by the museum can be purchased online. If you don’t see a book you would like, please contact the shop at 212. 595. 9533, or giftshop@folkartmuseum.org. American Folk Art Museum members receive a 10% discount on all shop items.

118 issues of Folk Art (formerly The Clarion) have been fully digitized and are available online. Many back issues are also available for purchase for $10 plus shipping. To order, contact the shop at 212. 595. 9533, ext. 127, or giftshop@folkartmuseum.org.

Recent titles published by the museum can be purchased online. If you don’t see a book you would like, please contact the shop at 212. 595. 9533, or giftshop@folkartmuseum.org. American Folk Art Museum members receive a 10% discount on all shop items.

Nearly forty years or 118 issues of Folk Art (formerly The Clarion) have been fully digitized and are available online. Each issue is text-searchable and accessible at the links below. The magazine, published between winter 1971 and fall 2008, was one of the most important publications in the field of folk and self-taught artists, each issue containing scholarly essays written by leading experts, news, and illustrated advertisements from dealers and auction houses. It is an essential chronicle of the development of the field.

Many back issues are also available for purchase for $10 plus shipping. To order, contact the shop at 212. 595. 9533, ext. 127, or giftshop@folkartmuseum.org.

The digitization and launch of the online archive has been made possible by a generous grant from Museum Trustee Karin Fielding and her husband, Dr. Jonathan Fielding, which matched funding from the Friends of Heritage Preservation. These grants were spurred by a gift from the American Folk Art Society.

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Recent titles published by the museum can be purchased online. If you don’t see a book you would like, please contact the shop at 212. 595. 9533, or giftshop@folkartmuseum.org. American Folk Art Museum members receive a 10% discount on all shop items.

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Mystery and Benevolence: Masonic and Odd Fellows Folk Art from the Kendra and Allan Daniel Collection

By Stacy C. Hollander and Aimee E. Newell; Foreword by Anne-Imelda Radice; Collector’s Statement by Allan Daniel. New York: American Folk Art Museum, 2016. 240 pages.

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Red & White Quilts: Infinite Variety

By Elizabeth V. Warren with Maggi Gordon; Preface by Anne-Imelda Radice, PhD; Foreword by Martha Stewart; and contributions from Stacy C. Hollander and Tom Hennes. Principal photography by Gavin Ashworth. New York: Skira/Rizzoli in association with American Folk Art Museum, 2015. 352 pages, 675 color illustrations, 9 x 11 inches.

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Self-Taught Genius: Treasures from the American Folk Art Museum

By Stacy C. Hollander and Valérie Rousseau; Foreword by the Honorable Anne-Imelda Radice. New York: American Folk Art Museum, 2014. 296 pages.

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magazines
Folk Art 33 (Fall 2008)

• Martín Ramírez: The Last Works, by Brooke Davis Anderson
• The Cosmic Visions of Ed Nelson, by Peter Hastings Falk
• Finding the Other Henry Gudgell Walking Stick: An Odyssey, by Allan Weiss
• Conversation with Mary Evans, collector of Odd Fellows objects

Bound in with this issue:
The fully illustrated exhibition catalog for The Seduction of Light: Ammi Phillips | Mark Rothko Compositions in Pink, Green, and Red
• The Seduction of Light: Ammi Phillips | Mark Rothko Compositions in Pink, Green, and Red, by Stacy C. Hollander
• Mark Rothko: The Training of a Future Artist, by Bonnie Clearwater

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