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    Michael Goldberg, The House From Cellar to Garret, 1993, oil on canvas, 66 x 65 inches.

    The abstract painter Michael Goldberg never felt the need to kill his artistic fathers, and he gladly acknowledged the roots of his originality. Continue reading

    The Purist

    Tomma Abts, Yet-to-be-titled acrylic and oil on canvas, 2014, 18 7/8 x 15 inches;

    Abstractionist Tomma Abts lets her paintings paint themselves, and the results are intricate, challenging, and beautiful. Continue reading

    Taking Chances

    El Anatsui, Earth’s Skin, 2007. Aluminum and copper wire.

    Artist El Anatsui talks to Art & Antiques’ Ted Loos about happy accidents, open-ended works and his current show at the Brooklyn Museum. Continue reading

    Out of Darkness, Light


    Born from the trauma of World War II, a unique kind of painting took form in San Francisco in the ’40s—abstract, expressionist, but totally different from the New York School. Continue reading