Jackson Pollock (1912–1956) is widely considered one of the most influential and provocative American artists of the twentieth century. The first exhibition in more than three decades of Pollock’s paintings made between 1951 and 1953, this show sheds light on a less-well-known but extremely influential part of his practice and a departure from his signature technique. Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots explores an immensely rich and relatively neglected body of work and provides new insights into this pivotal artist’s contribution to and influence on postwar art.
This exhibition is also on view at Tate Liverpool (June 30–October 18, 2015).
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