Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center publishes books and chapbooks, dossiers, and exhibition catalogues about the people, art, and ideas of Black Mountain College. These publications are available through our Online Store under “Museum Publications” or in our retail space at 56 Broadway. If you have any questions about these or other books we carry, please email info [at] blackmountaincollege [dot] org or call (828) 350-8484.

We also produce The Journal of Black Mountain College Studies, an online peer-reviewed publication. This journal is an outgrowth of our annual ReVIEWING conference, organized in partnership with UNC Asheville. Articles and creative works appear from experts around the world, who enter into an interdisciplinary dialogue on a wide range of topics.

Exhibition Catalogues

M.C. Richards Exhibition Catalog
M.C. Richards, Centering: 100 Years, Life + Art
Begin to See: The Photographers of Black Mountain College
Zola Marcus: Kinetic Origins
Randy Shull/Wide Open: Architecture + Design at BMCM+AC
Ray Spillenger: Rediscovery of a Black Mountain Painter
Convergence/Divergence: Exploring Black Mountain College + Chicago’s New Bauhaus/Institute of Design
Dan Rice at Black Mountain College: Painter Among the Poets
Black Mountain College: Shaping Craft + Design
John Urbain: No Ideas But Things
In Site: Late Works by Irwin Kremen
Pat Passlof: Selections 1948-2011
From BMC to NYC: The Tutelary Years of Ray Johnson
Dorothea Rockburne: Astronomy Drawings
Emerson Woeffler: At the Center + At the Edge
Hazel Larsen Archer: Black Mountain College Photographer

Dossiers + Other Books

Basil King: Between Painting + Writing
M.C. Richards: Backpacking in the Hereafter
Cynthia Homire: Vision Quest
Breaking New Ground: The Studio Potter + BMC
Selections from the Permanent Collection of Black Mountain College Museum
Remembering Black Mountain College
Dossier: Gregory Maurovsky
Dossier: Gwendolyn Knight
Dossier: Michael Rumaker
Dossier: Susan Weil
Dossier: Ray Johnson
Dossier: Lore Kadden Lindenfeld
Dossier: Fannie Hillsmith 
Dossier: Joseph Fiore