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Long marginalized by their community and overlooked by the art market, African American abstractionists are finally coming into the spotlight Read More
Mel Bochner, former Jewish Museum guard, returns in triumph with a survey of his word-based art Read More
A new show explores links between Ad Reinhardt’s identity as abstract painter and as cartoonist, satirist, crusader, explicator, and slide-show maker Read More
Using art history, chemistry, and detective work, conservators uncover intriguing details in three classic paintings Read More
Willem de Kooning at the Museum of Modern Art Read More
Behind the scenes of the artist’s long-awaited retrospective at MoMA are not only curators but also dealers, lawyers, collectors, and heirs. Read More
’20 Years, 20 Artists’ at the Ralls Collection, Washington, D.C., up through August 27. Read More
In large abstract paintings, Jacqueline Humphries puts a contemporary spin on the AbEx and Minimalist tradition. Read More
In "The Liberating Quality of Avant-Garde Art," Meyer Schapiro explained why abstraction in painting and sculpture was so revolutionary. Three decades later, he finally consented to sit for a lengthy profile. Read More
When Barnett Newman painted The Wild in 1950, he challenged current standards not only of how a painting could look but of what a painting could be. Read More
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