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, Historical Giants of Abstract Art, Picasso, Matisse, Kandinsky and Delaunay

Historical Giants of Abstract Art, Picasso, Matisse, Kandinsky and Delaunay

      Historical Giants of Abstract Fine Art, Picasso, Matisse, Kandinsky and Delaunay         Abstract art, in the purest sense, uses a kind of visual language to present concepts that can be independent from real-world visual references. That is, an abstract…

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, The Rise of Minimalism

The Rise of Minimalism

Abstract expressionism dominated the US art scene throughout the 1950s as artists sought, in true Romantic fashion, to express their personal emotions through their art. As with any large art movement in American culture (or elsewhere), there were fringe groups that did not adopt the…

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, Rare and Major Mark Rothko Retrospective at Museum of Fine Arts Houston, The Only U.S. Venue For This Exhibition

Rare and Major Mark Rothko Retrospective at Museum of Fine Arts Houston, The Only U.S. Venue For This Exhibition

  Rare and Major Mark Rothko Retrospective at Museum of Fine Arts Houston Mark Rothko, recognized as one of the foremost figures of the Abstract Expressionist vanguard, has an unparalleled exhibit “Mark Rothko: A Retrospective” at the acclaimed Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, from September…

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, Artist Joseph Culotta presented by The Gallery Girls Draws Large Art Crowd to Swank Interiors

Artist Joseph Culotta presented by The Gallery Girls Draws Large Art Crowd to Swank Interiors

Artist Joseph Culotta / The Gallery Girls Draw Large Art Crowd to Swank Interiors   It was a wonderful and stimulating evening of fine art and discussions last night, with some of Houston’s finest art lovers, at Swank Interiors, Houston TX.  Celebrated abstract artist and…

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