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Posted inOpinion

Required Reading

This week, James Turrell explains why his work photographs badly, LA Times hates MOCA’s new architecture show, Corbusier at MoMA, how much does Pandora pay artists, more on Amazon’s art-selling business, Francesco Bonami hates Ai Weiwei and Banksy, and more …

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The Unfashionably Late Modernism of Patrick Jones

DUBLIN — Patrick Jones, an English abstract artist now in his mid-60s, spent a considerable amount of time in America. After studying art in England, most notably at the Birmingham College of Art, he left to get his MFA at the Maryland Institute College of Art. This was in the 1970s. While in America — he did not return permanently to England until 1994 — Jones became preoccupied with process painting, particularly the way the Color Field painters, such as Helen Frankenthaler, Jules Olitski and Larry Poons, practiced it.

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Art Movements

A collection of news, developments, and stirrings in the art world. Bronx Museum finishes $1M acquisition campaign, NY State updates laws for nonprofits, Robert Indiana will have his first major US museum retrospective, Dia is selling part of its collection at Sotheby’s …