Claes Oldenberg and Abstract Art Versus Representative

For many ordinary citizens, the term “abstract art” covers a lot of territory, some of it works that the Art World itself wouldn’t necessarily call abstract. For instance, many people are vaguely aware of the work of Claes Oldenberg because of … Continue reading

Abstract to Abstract

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art presently has an exhibition titled “Four Abstract Classicists.” The show consists of works from LACMA’s own collection, focusing on works by Karl Benjamin, Lorser Feitelson, Frederick Hammersley, and John McLaughlin. These artists worked … Continue reading