Post-Painterly Abstraction Movement and Chronology
A term coined by art critic Clement Greenberg for the title of an exhibition he curated in 1964. Post-painterly abstraction encompasses a broad group of American painters who reacted to Abstract Expressionism, either through the pursuit of Hard-edge abstraction or by creating open compositions of washes and poured areas of color. Other hallmarks of this new generation of painters, according to Greenberg, were thinned-out paint, a lack of an identifiable artistic mark (as in Pollock’s…
Tracking Frank Stella’s Restless Migrations (From Painting and Beyond)
"Harran II" (1967). Credit 2015 Frank Stella/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times
Robert Goodnough: "Vari-Color Gold"
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POST PAINTERLY ABSTRACTION CATALOG
gary komarin/A Master of Post-Painterly Abstraction/What is post-painterly abstraction? Post-painterly abstraction is a style that favors openness, risk taking, and clarity, as opposed to the dense painterly surfaces that are apparent in abstract expressionism. However, the definition of post painterly abstraction is limited in conveying the very wide range of activities that its artists pursue.
Frank Stella is an American painter and printmaker, significant in the art movements of minimalism and post-painterly abstraction.
Robert Goodnough (American: 1917 - 2010) | Colors with Yellow
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