Apostolos Doxiadis

Jackson Pollock

  • Jackson Pollock: A Retrospective After half a century of pattern painting and parody, Pollock’s drip paintings can be seen at last as a lot more than drips, but they remain the most defiantly abstract art ever made. And yet his retrospective begins with the small, clumsy image of a boy’s face, his own. Achingly shy, he has the dark rings around his eyes of a battered child.

  • A Homage to Jackson Pollock I’m sure it had to do with the instability of growing up, family life on the move, fragmented, helter-skelter, nothing normal at all, that contributed to the creation of artist Jackson Pollock.

  • Lee Seigal on Jackson Pollock Atlantic Monthly article has Lee Seigal disucussing the ultimately Surrealist options of Pollock’s technique and the line between life and art.

  • The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Inc. The Foundation welcomes, throughout the year, applications from visual artists who are painters,sculptors and artists who work on paper, including printmakers.

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