Posts Tagged: Corcoran Gallery of Art

Collecting Critically: A Q&A with Henry Thaggert

Andy Warhol’s relationship to abstraction is charged. Despite a late–career painterly impulse — which included the Shadows series currently exhibiting at the Hirshhorn — his pictorial language based on representation fundamentally questioned the narrative of post-war painting as defined by Clement Greenberg. And the implications of Pop Art’s

Collecting Critically: A Q&A with Henry Thaggert

Andy Warhol’s relationship to abstraction is charged. Despite a late–career painterly impulse — which included the Shadows series currently exhibiting at the Hirshhorn — his pictorial language based on representation fundamentally questioned the narrative of post-war painting as defined by Clement Greenberg. And the implications of Pop Art’s

Size Matters: Chris Martin paints big at the Corcoran

It’s easy to see Chris Martin’s interest in outsider art. In fact, it’s often written directly onto his work. A close inspection of the collaged paintings in his monumental installation in the Corcoran Gallery’s atrium yields, among other things, a newspaper clipping noting the death

Size Matters: Chris Martin paints big at the Corcoran

It’s easy to see Chris Martin’s interest in outsider art. In fact, it’s often written directly onto his work. A close inspection of the collaged paintings in his monumental installation in the Corcoran Gallery’s atrium yields, among other things, a newspaper clipping noting the death