Kenneth Evett on art

Evett, Kenneth
January 1974
New Republic;1/26/74, Vol. 170 Issue 4, p24
Focuses on the paintings "Blue Poles," by Jackson Pollock and "Trees in Wind Storm," by Paul Cezanne. Visual record of the artists' idiosyncratic physical tempo and psychic energy; Organization of "Blue Poles" painting like a high school art class exercise in the elementary principles of rhythm; Invitation for the observers of "Trees in Wind Storm" to engage in a comparable act of exploration; Process of observing and making marks in the presence of nature.


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