Lee Krasner in her East Hampton studio, at work on Portrait in Green, 1969. Photographs by Mark Patiky. Pollock-Krasner Study Center collection.

Established to promote scholarship in 20th century American art, the Study Center’s 2,000 volume art reference library focuses on modern American art and its international context, with special attention to the world-renowned eastern Long Island artists’ community.

The research collections include the archives of the Pollock and Krasner catalogues raisonné; photographs by Hans Namuth, Martha Holmes, Maurice Berezov, Mark Patiky and others; and Pollock- and Krasner-related documents and ephemera.

An oral history collection of audio and video tapes includes interviews with Pollock and Krasner, their family, friends and colleagues; lectures and panel discussions; television and radio programs; and documentaries and feature films about artists that are available for public and scholarly auditing/viewing.

The Study Center is open to students, researchers, and the general public by appointment.

Please call (631) 324-4929 for appointments and further information.



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