Posts Tagged ‘Clement Greenberg’

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L.A. Expanded: Notes from the West Coast A weekly column by Catherine Wagley In 1983, art historian T.J. Clark delivered his paper, “More on the Differences Between Comrade Greenberg and Ourselves” at the Vancouver conference, Modernism and Modernity. Clement Greenberg, the critic who named kitsch “the epitome of all that is spurious” and had a Pollock hanging in his bathroom, was in the audience. I[.....]

Yes, but: Rebellion after Guston and Clemenza

Rise of Rebellion: DailyServing’s latest week-long series As we continue our week long series Rise of Rebellion, we take a look at the cyclical nature of conflict and growth through the work of Philip Guston and the wisdom of Peter Clemenza in our latest article by Andrew Tosiello. To be perfectly honest, I’m probably the last person who should be writing about rebellion. Not only[.....]