In the 1930s, Still co-founded the Nespelem Art Colony, through which he and other faculty and students observed a precarious Indigenous community in Washington.
The Little-known, Refreshingly Vulnerable Works of Clyfford Still’s Final Years
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.
Baltimore Museum Will Sell Major Warhol as Part of Equity Initiative
The BMA plans to sell three works by Brice Marden, Clyfford Still, and Andy Warhol. It will funnel $10 million of the proceeds into a fund to acquire works by women and artists of color.
The Life of Clyfford Still, the Most “Irascible” Abstract Expressionist
The documentary Lifeline recounts Still’s life, career, and legacy — and how they were shaped by his cantankerous temperament.
The Met’s Wrong Turn on Revisionism
When an exhibition is as puzzling as this one, it’s useful to step aside and reflect.
Clyfford Still, as Seen Through His Daughter’s Eyes
Sandra Still offers sharp judgments on celebrated paintings and brilliant details about her father during his most reclusive period.
An Ambitious Survey of the Titans of Abstract Expressionism
This expansive AbEx show is brash, irreverent, and unconstrained, just like the period it aims to express.
Mark Bradford’s Paintings Bring Out the Politics in Clyfford Still’s
BUFFALO — Many published interviews with the contemporary artist Mark Bradford focus on his youth and the geography of Los Angeles, but not his conversation with Abstract Expressionism.
In Denver, a Rare Chance to See Clyfford Still’s Works on Paper
Known mostly for his paintings, Clyfford Still drew prolifically, producing thousands of works of paper throughout his 60-year career as an artist.
When Painter Clyfford Still Sent Rubber Underpants to a Pulitzer Prize-Winning Female Art Critic
In 1952, years before she won the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism, art critic Emily Genauer received a pair of rubber underpants in the mail — the kind of underpants babies wore before the advent of disposable diapers.
Clyfford Still’s Radical Repetitions
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.
It’s a Man’s World: Inside a Postwar Art Time Capsule
There may be some great-looking specimens of postwar art in Re-View: Onnasch Collection — an exhibition that turns Hauser & Wirth’s cavernous Chelsea outpost into a mini-museum offering the kind of intimate experiences that have been all but lost in New York’s uptown behemoths — but the show also arrives with some huge caveats.