Abstract Expressionism

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a New York school of painting characterized by freely created abstractions

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27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Mana Contemporary Chicago, in collaboration with the Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation, is pleased to announce Milton Resnick: Allegory and Insignia, an exhibition of late works on canvas and paper by veteran Abstract Expressionist painter Milton Resnick (1917-2004).
Critics have condemned the Mythmakers' expedient blending of influences from distinct cultural traditions and the political use made of Abstract Expressionist work to relocate the center of post-World War II culture from Europe to the US, yet such writing often seems indifferent to the art in question, which appears standardized, a placeholder for socio-anthropological notions.
I also wonder why only work by the Jewish Abstract Expressionists, Rothko and Newman primarily, could be read as Holocaust paintings.
Abstract Expressionists also borrowed ideas from other modern art "isms" such as Dadaism and Surrealism.
From the sheet-wrapped Bohemiens of post-revolutionary Paris to the strategically furnished art studios of fin de siecle modernists to the boho-dancing abstract expressionists of mid-century, the art world of the past 200 years has relied rather heavily on poses.
Dadaism subsequently subsumed a broad range of styles and media: Dadaists, Action painters, Abstract Expressionists, Pop artists, and New Wave filmmakers all showed a passion for commenting on the underlying social relations and on the cynicism, ennui, and disillusionment inherent in the struggle to relate ourselves to a world of unparalleled and unchecked technological advance and information explosion and a social order still buried in barbarism and discord.
Schildkraut, a psychiatrist at Harvard Medical School in Boston, and his colleagues charted the turbulent psychological histories of 15 mid-20th-century abstract expressionists of the New York School, only one of whom is still alive.
Murals painted by Rivera and other Mexican masters had a wide-ranging influence on social realist painters and fledgling abstract expressionists in the United States.
Yet Goldberg's campy sense of humor, quickened by his friendship with Frank O'Hara, imparted to his canvases a wry wit uncommon among the Abstract Expressionists.
Postal Service today honored the artistic innovations and achievements of a group of artists who moved the United States to the forefront of the international art scene with the release of the Abstract Expressionists commemorative postage stamps.
Several years later I saw a show in Edinburgh on the Abstract Expressionists.
Cooler and more intellectualized than the abstract expressionists, or even the pop artists, these art school-trained 20- and 30-somethings began making art the subject of which was the making of art itself.
This stamp honors the artistic innovations and achievements of 10 abstract expressionists, a group of artists who revolutionized art during the 1940s and 1950s and moved the U.
Both the first-and second-generation Abstract Expressionists had not only energy but also structure in their paintings; most of Neel's works, though, seem to have more energy than structure, particularly the small acrylic paintings on paper--hasty puddings indeed, to refer to one of their titles.