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For Immediate Release
BERLIN GALLERY PRESENTS SMELLY PHEROMONE PAINTINGS AS MAJOR UPGRADE TO ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM
First Twelve Olfactory Canvases by American Artist Jonathon Keats To Be Unveiled At Team Titanic on 31 May 2013
23 April 2013 — Sixty-six years after Jackson Pollock pioneered the practice of drip painting, an American artist has made a groundbreaking improvement to Abstract Expressionism, creating a new version that simultaneously eliminates the need for eyesight and intellect. By special arrangement, a Berlin art gallery will exhibit a dozen canvases by Jonathon Keats beginning on 31 May. The paintings are expected to induce a broad range of emotions including rage, frustration, and disgust.
“Abstract Expressionism is an emotional art form,” says Mr. Keats, “But Abstract Expressionists like Pollock and Rothko didn’t really know how to make us feel what they felt. Quite frankly, their paintings just illustrated their