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Mark Rothko

Mark Rothko has inspired me for the past 6 years through his use of colour, form and staining.

Influential Artists

Exhibiting the Nonexistent

An exhibition about the Subject of the Artist School seems like it would be a rather straightforward task: display some advertisements or invitations that were used to promote the evening lectures, include some edited lecture notes compiled by the founding members and guest speakers, and choose some photographs that show the attendees. 693 more words

Interesting Places

Agnes Martin at Tate Modern, London

My paintings have neither objects nor space nor time nor anything – no forms. They are light, lightness, about merging, about formlessness, breaking down form.  526 more words

Public Exhibitions

John Hoyland: Power Stations Paintings at Newport Street Gallery

The Newport Street Gallery is the culmination of a long stated Damien Hirst ambition – a desire to publicly show his private collection. It may also be part of an additional desire to prove that an artist can also be a gallerist and curator. 606 more words

Gallery Exhibitions

Yesterdays answers

I was thinking of artist mark Rothko the other day and in his book, “The Power of Art” Simon Schama describes how Rothko felt the visual expressiveness of figurative art had run its course and that now the only a new visual language could rouse us to the meaning of art, its power and proper place in our lives. 89 more words

Cat Got Your Tongue, Geoff?

Geoffrey Dorfmann, I’m still waiting for your response to my rebuttal of your rude and insulting comment my blog. I’m not finished with my own remarks and have been politely waiting for you to get back on the comment page. 784 more words

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