The documentary Lifeline recounts Still’s life, career, and legacy — and how they were shaped by his cantankerous temperament.
The artist, born Corinne Michelle West, is among the forgotten women of the postwar era, who rarely adhered to one style.
Part of the movement’s second generation, the artists embraced personal sentiment in their references to nature and popular culture, resulting in abstractions that are simultaneously experiential and devotional.
The first exhibition devoted exclusively to the Abstract Expressionist’s vast, mural-sized works is on view at Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York.
When an exhibition is as puzzling as this one, it’s useful to step aside and reflect.
Mostel perceives that drip paintings can express the scrambled feeling in your mind when you hear the federal government say that you can survive a nuclear war.
At one time or other these women’s craft was either considered lowbrow or was measured against the work of male contemporaries.
Asian-American artists engaged deeply and creatively with Abstract Expressionism, counter to historical views of the movement as a New York monolith.
The House of World Cultures’ exhibition tells the story of the Congress for Cultural Freedom’s use of an aesthetic of freedom, and contextualizes the lasting legacy of modernism within the geopolitical power struggles of the Cold War.
By a playful amalgam of semiotics with scatology, Twombly redevised history painting into palimpsest poop.
Ed Clark’s approach is simple and straightforward, and he has not altered it much over the years. I don’t think he needs to.
This expansive AbEx show is brash, irreverent, and unconstrained, just like the period it aims to express.