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2012 AAMC Prize Winners
 

The 2012 Awards for Excellence were presented on May 6th, 2013 at the New-York Historical Society.
Below is a listing of the winners. For a full press release, click here

 


 
Outstanding Thematic Exhibition Catalogue 
 
Winners: Leah Dickerman, Matthew Affron, Masha Chenova,  and Jodi Hauptman
Inventing Abstraction, 1910-1925: How A Radical Idea Changed Modern Art
The Museum of Modern Art
 

 
Outstanding Monographic Exhibition Catalogue
 
Winner: Wolfram Koeppe, Extravagant Inventions: The Princely Furniture of Roentgens
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
 

 
Honorable Mention: Jennifer Gross and Cathleen Chaffee, Richard Artschwager!
Whitney Museum of Art and Yale University Art Gallery
 
 

Outstanding Catalogue based on a Permanent Collection
 
Winner: Roberta J. Olson, Audobon's Aviary: The Original Watercolors for "The Birds of America",
New-York Historical Society
 

 
Honorable Mention: Diane Charbonneau, Decorative Arts and Design: The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts' Collection - Volume II
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
 

 
Outstanding Catalogue Essay
 
Winner: Jon L. Seydl, "The Last Days of Pompeii," Victoria Gardner Coates, Kenneth Lapatain, Jon L. Seydl et al.,
The Last Days at Pompeii: Decadence, Apocalypse, Resurrection
 
 

Honorable Mention: Simon Kelly, " 'A, Big, Good Enterprise': Van Gogh and His Markets",
Richard Kendall, Teio Meendendorp, Nicole Meyers, Timothy J. Standring, Louis van Tilborgh, Evert van Uitert et al.,
Becoming Van Gogh
 

 
Outstanding Monographic or Retrospective Exhibition
 
Winner: Judith Mann, "Federico Barocci: Renaissance Master", Saint Louis Art Museum
 
 

Outstanding Thematic Exhibition
 
Winner: Leah Dickerman and Masha Chlenova, "Inventing Abstraction, 1910-1925", The Museum of Modern Art
 

 
Outstanding Exhibition in a University Museum
 
Winner: Charles W. Haxthausen, "Sol LeWitt: The Well Tempered Grid", Williams College Museum of Art
 
 

Outstanding Small Exhibition
 
Winner: Yaëlle Biro, "African Art, New York, and the Avant Garde", The Metropolitan Museum of Art
 
 
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