Outside the Lines: American Abstraction in the 20th Century
September 8th - October 8th 2016
The role of abstraction in 20th Century American art cannot be overstated. Generations of artists felt the gravitational pull of non-objectivity emanating from Europe. Its unstoppable appeal was not limited to location or to gender; it was freeing, dynamic and continually new. By mid-century the limitless potential of abstraction helped American artists break free of European influence and in turn, gave us a distinctly “American” artistic identity.
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