Abstract Expressionism in the 21st Century

Abstract Expressionism in the 21st Century  video

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Abstract Expressionism in the 21st Century.
Moderated by Helen Harrison, Director,
Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center.

Artists discuss the relevance of Abstract Expressionism
of the 1950s in the Twenty First Century. The participating artists are:

Diana Agostini, daughter of Peter Agostini, sculptor.
Christian Carone, son of Nicolas Carone, painter and sculptor.
Cynthia Maris Dantzic, Professor of Art, Long Island University, NY.
Rudy Ernst, painter and sculptor.
Sonia Gechtoff, painter Bay Area, CA and New York City.
Elaine Wechsler. Represantative, Estate of John Hultberg, painter.
Anki King, Norwegian Artist, living in New York City, NY.
Michael McClintock, Artfull Eye Gallery. Representative, Estate of Albert Kotin, painter.
Adam Zucker, Art Historian and Curator.
Hadea Nell Kriesberg, daughter of Irving Kriesberg. Matthias Kriesberg,
son of Irving Kriesberg.
John Mitchell, Artist & Printmaker.
George Ortman, artist.
William Gene Patrick, artist.
Sam Rivers, artist. Son of Larry Rivers & Daria Deshuk, artists.
Lynn Umlauf, painter and sculptor. Widow, representative,
Estate of Michael Goldberg, painter.
Stuart Friedman, NY School Art Gallery. Representative
the estate of Michael (Corinne) West.
Kostas Zimarakis, Greek/American painter.
Images: All rights reserved by the artists or their legal delegates.
©Thomas Herskovic. All rights reserved.

Books on Abstract Expressionism:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/search?rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3A%22
New+York+School+Press%22&keywords=
%22New+York+School+Press%22&ie=UTF8&qid=1316369337&ajr=0

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