The Schulhofs were unique among American collectors, as they sought art with a truly international dimension; Milan, Rome, Paris, Dusseldorf, Basel, London, Kassel, Venice, Pittsburgh, and New York were just a few of the many destinations for the late Hannelore and Rudolph Schulhof in over fifty years of collecting art. Starting in the early 1950s, together they built a collection that continues to inspire and educate future generations-from the powerful elegance of Richard Serra's Schulhof's Curve to Eduardo Chilida's exquisite ironworks and works on paper by artists such as Robert Smithson, Mark Rothko, and Cy Twombly. The collectors' interest in minimalism is reflected in works by Ellsworth Kelly, Robert Mangold, Agnes Martin, and Robert Ryman. This handsome volume showcases the thoughtful and highly personal texture of the Schulhof Collection.
John Yau is an American poet and critic based in New York. Carolina Pasti is the director and curator of the Schulhof Collection, New York. Richard Armstrong is the director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation, New York. Suzanne Landau is the director of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Martin Weyl is director emeritus of the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.