Sensitive to Art & its Discontents
In the many, many accounts of New York’s art scene of the 1940s and ’50s — that postwar generation that flung paint rebelliously and
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When artist Christian Alvarado reflected on the past two very transformative years in h
The exhibition's curators present a dramatic narrative of Guston’s studio as a site of privileged resistance against social injustice.
A stoic young Black man sits at a kitchen table, ho
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This is the way the story has always been told: in 1947, Jackson Pollock, the pioneering American painter whose rugged name rhymes with the verve of his virile persona, finally lost patience wit
Annual tuition at Emerson Preparatory School was $29,000, yet Jackson Janney’s last year at the struggling private high school began in the basement of a downtown Washington hotel.