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redbootsali Sep 6
The authors of the million dollars abstraction painting, 1950s, first generation of the putative moment Front row:
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Blanc Art Sep 3
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redbootsali Sep 8
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Today Is Art Day Jan 29
Do you know what a zip is? It's what called his thin vertical lines which separate the areas of color in his work. They simultaneously divide and unite the composition. Newman was born on this day, January 29, 1905. 'Day One'
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The Jewish Museum Jun 27
What happens when painting is pared down to its most formal elements? Tomorrow at 2 pm, explore the legacy of 'the zip' in works by and beyond in our gallery talk:
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taylormoon Feb 12
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pepewaa Jan 30
Yesterday was birthday. I'm happy to be seeing more of his work when I go to England in april.
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Daazz May 30
Who is afraid of red (yellow) and blue ? This made me think of ⁩ ⁦⁩ I absolutely love this interactive passageway. Please keep adding these little surprises to your game!
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Dragan Glamocic Aug 26
Onement, separation between art and artist ends as they join eachother in a strong union. One is created, the two not destroyed. - @ NP3
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HISTORIA DEL ARTE Jan 29
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Guggenheim Venice Jan 29
Born on this day the American artist , one of the most intellectual artists of the New York School. In 1948 he published the essay “The Sublime Is Now,” in which he proposed a new kind of art entirely detached from European influence
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FreudMonkGallery Aug 8
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Gregory Lacks Mar 21
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𝐉𝐮𝐬𝐭𝐢𝐧 𝐁𝐚𝐢𝐥𝐞𝐲 🎨 🖌️ Aug 8
The Golden Section Here's a recent small of my "ordered" series using stripes, symmetry and colour. Oil pastel, acrylic paint, pva, beads on canvas board. 10x12"/24.4x30cm
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Naiba May 18
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Pol Yun Feb 7
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Rothko Chapel Feb 3
"Sculpture is what you bump into when you back up to look at a painting." - . We'll say it's safe to assume Newman changed his tune on sculpture when creating the - especially since he created 4!
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Jess Rotherham Apr 1
Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue (II)? Apparently loads of people. This is a good podcast about how angry art can make people and what happens when a painting gets ‘murdered.’
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Gerard Boersma Sep 17
Who's Afraid Of Red, Yellow And Blue painting of a woman enjoying painting by Gerard Boersma acrylic on panel 8" x 8" or 20 x 20 cm 2019
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Nick Lamb Apr 10
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