Helen Frankenthaler, whose work is currently on show at Margate’s Turner Contemporary, was one of a relatively small number of women artists who managed to find a means of negotiating their own distinctive and successful art practice in the midst of what was, by and large, a male dominated New York art scene in the 1950s and 60s. 305 more words
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It has certainly been a while since I’ve posted. I’ll have to make them more regular.
This post is about abstract expressionism, the best, but most frustrating, art form there is. 655 more words