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Remembering Irving Sandler

The New York School produced three important critics from the generational cohort of Abstract Expressionism’s principle artists: they were Clement Greenberg, Harold Rosenberg and Thomas B. Hess, who was also the chief editor of Artnews when that magazine was the … Continue reading

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Malcolm Morley, Genre-Crossing Artist, Is Dead at 86

Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/07/obituaries/malcolm-morley-genre-crossing-artist-is-dead-at-86.html

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Art teacher realizes retirement ambition

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Irving Sandler, Art Historian Who Was Close to Artists, Dies at 92

He followed up with three equally searching volumes that traced the history of contemporary American art: “The New York School: The Painters and Sculptors of the Fifties” (1978), “American Art of the 1960s” (1988) and “Art of the Postmodern Era: … Continue reading

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Malcolm Morley, the first Turner Prize winner, has died aged 86

Malcolm Morley, the first winner of one of the most famous art prizes in the world, has passed away at the age of 86. Morley was the first artist to pick up the Turner Prize in 1984, winning the prestigious … Continue reading

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Our daily round-up of news from the art world NVA in Scotland to close by end of 2018 | The NVA, one of Scotland’s most respected arts organisations, has announced that it is to close in September. According to the … Continue reading

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A Night with Boy Blue review: A high-concept spectacle filled with crowd-pleasers

There can be few people to whom British hip hop dancing owes a greater debt than choreographer Kenrick Sandy and composer Michael Asante.  In the early Noughties they were among the first to take the genre’s most recognisable features — its awe-inspiring acrobatics, sleek precision and sheer raw … Continue reading

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Raul Isidro: 50 years of steady, firm, brilliant art

Raul Isidro “Bato-Bato” Raul Isidro’s new solo exhibit, opening June 7 at Galerie Stephanie, has a modest title: “Glimpsing Terra Firma.” Modest because surveying the length and breadth of his persevering art, one would easily conclude he has shown as … Continue reading

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Irving Sandler (1925–2018) – Artforum International

The American art historian and critic Irving Sandler passed away yesterday in New York City at age ninety-two. The cause was cancer, said his wife, Lucy Freeman Sandler. Sandler was well known as a champion of artists and a cofounder … Continue reading

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Malcolm Morley, Pioneer of Photorealist Painting, Dies at 86

Malcolm Morley in front of his 2008 painting Thor. COURTESY XAVIER HUFKENS AND SPERONE WESTWATER If there is one common thread that runs through Malcolm Morley’s output, which spans the gap between Photorealism and surrealist tableaux, it’s ships. Vessels sit … Continue reading

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