Kenneth Evett on art

April 1973
New Republic;4/14/73, Vol. 168 Issue 15, p23
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Reviews several exhibitions depicting works of painters Friedel Dzubas, Jim Dine, Jan Dibbets and John Koch in New York. Statement that Dzubas combines elements of action painting with color-field simplifications; Career and personal background of the painters; List of famous pieces; Observation that Dibbet arranges semiglossy color photographs on grids or in systems of sequential geometric progression and glues them to rectangles of various proportions; Reference to the painting technique of Koch.


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