• Roman Klonek In The Rough

    29 days ago - By Mark Murphy Design

    “Criticism must begin by recognizing in the painting the assumptions inherent in its mode of creation. Since the painter has become an actor, the spectator has to think in a vocabulary of action: its inception, duration, direction-psychic state, concentration and relaxation of the will, passivity, alert waiting.” - Harold Rosenberg
    In December of 1952, famed New York art critic Harold Rosenberg published, “The American Action Painters,” in Art News. The art world resonated, and it was no longer enough for critics to evaluate art through formalist eyes, but how it was created. (Above...
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