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Sexism in the Art World: 'Women of Abstract Expressionism' Shines a Light on Artists Who Haven't Gotten the Respect ...


Coachella Valley Independent - Mar 28, 2017
Although many women had thriving art careers at that time, they were never taken as seriously as their male counterparts. Today, the exhibition Women of Abstract Expressionism, at the Palm Springs Art Museum through May 28, shows just how influential ...
 

Jasper Johns Riffs on His Riff on Abstract Expressionism


artnet News - Mar 2, 2017
The original piece was partly a joke about the mess left behind by the classic soul-searching artist, at that moment represented by Abstract Expressionism's masters of mess. And part of the joke was that Johns's depiction of their chaos actually ...
 

What's up in Lansing: Irish music, abstract expressionism and more


City Pulse - Mar 10, 2017
This month's edition of the comedy witches' monthly show is a special standup showcase benefiting the Refugee Development Center. “Stand Up For Sanctuary” features performances by the ladies of Comedy Coven, as well as guest performers Kathie ...
 

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Women of Abstract Expressionism


by: Irving Sandler
A long-awaited survey of female Abstract Expressionist artists revealing the richness and lasting influence of their work

The artists Jay DeFeo, Helen Frankenthaler, Grace Hartigan, Elaine de Kooning, Lee Krasner, Joan Mitchell, and many other women played major roles in the development of Abstract Expressionism, which flourished in New York and San Francisco in the 1940s and 1950s and has been recognized as the first fully American modern art movement. Though the contributions of these women were central to American art of the twentieth century, their work has not received the same critical attention as that of their male counterparts.
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Abstract Expressionism


by: Carter Ratcliff, Jeremy Lewison, Susan Davidson
Abstract Expressionism will forever be associated with the energy and vibrancy of 1950s New York. Artists injected a new sense of confidence in painting, experimenting with improvisation, spontaneity and color. This bold publication and the major exhibition it accompanies seek to reevaluate the movement, making the case that far from being unified, Abstract Expressionism was in fact complex and ever-changing. The volume includes works by the most celebrated artists associated with the movement―not just Pollock, Rothko and de Kooning, but also Kline, Newman, Still, Smith, Reinhardt and Gorky.
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What is Abstract Expressionism?


In this video from the Clyfford Still Museum (CSM) ground-floor storyviewers, CSM Director Dean Sobel, Senior Consulting Curator David Anfam, art historian ...
 

What is abstract expressionism? - Sarah Rosenthal


View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/could-just-anyone-make-a-jackson-pollock-painting-sarah-rosenthal If you visit a museum with a collection of modern ...
 

Willem de Kooning _ Abstract expressionism


Born in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, in 1904, Willem de Kooning stowed away to the U.S. in 1926 and settled in New York City. While working in the commercial ...
 

Abstract Expressionism


Artist Mary Weatherford, USC Professor of Art History Suzanne Hudson and MOCA Chief Curator Helen Molesworth explore Abstract Expressionism.
 

Abstract Expressionism at the Royal Academy


Waldemar Januszczak's guide to the exhibition of the year.