"Signs and Symbols"

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"Signs and Symbols"
Courtesy of The Whitney Museum
Adolph Gottlieb, "Vigil"
American art during the late 1940s and early 1950s was dominated by the mostly pure abstractionism of such AbEx biggies as Pollack, Rothko and Newman, but there were other painters who crossed the line into imagism and symbology. In this show, the Whitney reaches into its collection to give some of those names a revival, including Bradley Walker Tomlin, Theodoros Stamos and Forrest Bess, whose work recently enjoyed pride of place in the Whitney's 2012 Biennial.


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