Artists' Estates | Publications | Curatorial

Art Hazelwood has worked with the estates of several artists and curated contemporary exhibitions, retrospectives and historical surveys at a diverse range of venues including the California Historical Society and the de Saisset Museum.  He has also contributed to four  books and written several essays.

Mission Gráfica:
Reflecting a Community in Print


Mission Gráfica: Reflecting a Community in Print
Written by Art Hazelwood in collaboration with Juan R. Fuentes, Robbin Henderson, Michelle Mouton, Calixto Robles, Jos Sances
Preface by Juan Felipe Herrera           

Imagining Lynd Ward
by David A Beronä, with artwork by several artists, including Art Hazelwood

House Keys Not Handcuffs:
Homeless Organizing, Art and Politics in San Francisco and Beyond

Hobos to Street People:
Artists' Responses to Homelessness from the New Deal to the Present

Moving Toward Multiplicity:
Printmaking in Northern California – The 1940s to the Present

and other essays

William F. Wolff

Artists' Estates

Casper Banjo 1937 - 2008

Patricia C. Brandes 1931 - 2004

Richard V. Correll 1904 - 1990

Frank Rowe 1921 - 1985

Roy Ward Ragle 1944 - 2014

Daniel Robeski 1951 - 2002

Charles M. Ware 1921 - 2005

William F. Wolff 1922 - 2003

Hobos installation


Exhibitions include

Hobos To Street People:
Artists' Responses To Homelessness from the New Deal to the Present

Between Struggle and Hope:
Envisioning a Democratic Art in the 1930s

In Extremis:
Prints Monumental, Intimate, and Encompassing

California in Relief -
A History in Wood and Linocut Prints