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Abstract Expressionism and the Making of a Heroic Art: Outlines

October 22nd, 2007 by roblog · 4 Comments

My week 9 presentation Abstract Expressionism and the Making of a Heroic Art documents Greenberg’s assertion of the all-american machismo of Abstract Expressionist or “American-Type” painting in his 1955 article “‘American-Type’ Painting” as well as the repercussions this had on the female artists associated with the New York School, exemplified by Lee Krasner’s struggle with her engendered artistic identity as “Mrs. Jackson Pollock” in Anne M. Wagner’s “Lee Krasner as L.K.”
Mrs. Jackson Pollock?

Outline: Lee Krasner as L.K.

Outline: ‘American-Type’ Paintings

Tags: Art · ARTH460 · Women and Art

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