The Late Works: Clyfford Still in Maryland offers a historical pivot by focusing on the last 20 years of the artist’s life, revealing his most productive period and foregrounding work that is rarely discussed.
Sandra Still offers sharp judgments on celebrated paintings and brilliant details about her father during his most reclusive period.
Known mostly for his paintings, Clyfford Still drew prolifically, producing thousands of works of paper throughout his 60-year career as an artist.
DENVER — The Clyfford Still Museum’s current exhibition, Repeat/Recreate, has been on the institution’s wish list for nearly 10 years, since well before it even opened.
My Armenian Christmas present came one day early this year when someone emailed me this, “A 36-year-old Denver woman, apparently drunk, leaned against an iconic Clyfford Still painting worth more than $30 million last week, punched it, slid down it and urinated on herself…”
This week, a number of online journals have launched new editions, the Clyfford Still Museum finally opened in Denver, the value of professional opinions in art, the relationship of Yves Klein and Ed Kienholz, Roberto Matta at 100, does corporate culture suck …
The Clyfford Still Museum, now set to open Nov. 18 in Denver, says it will house 94% of the artist’s total creative output.