September - December 2001
Harry Cooper is associate curator of modern art at the Fogg Art Museum and lecturer in the department of History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University. He is the author with Ron Spronk of Mondrian: The Transatlantic Paintings (2001), to accompany the exhibition at Harvard and the Dallas Museum of Art. He has published in October and Artforum and has written catalogue essays on Philip Guston, Brice Marden, and Ellsworth Kelly. Before joining the Fogg, he worked on the 1994-96 Piet Mondrian retrospective at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. His work on Mondrian--and the relationship between music and abstract art more generally--continued at the Clark.