American Abstract Expressionists and Imagists
by H. H. Amason
Publisher: Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation 1961
Number of pages: 142
The exhibition 'American abstract expressionists and 1mag1sts' 1961 inaugurates at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum a new program for the investigation of current tendencies in American and European painting and sculpture. The exhibition also includes a highly selective sampling of younger artists associated with Abstract Expressionism.
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