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At around the same time, at the end of the 1970s, a small clutch of enterprising New York dealers, with European ties, determined to take back the art world. They put a shot across artists’ bows by exhibiting imported Italian and German neo-neo-Expressionist paintings, work that not only seemed to shriek FASCIST at a largely dumbstruck community of artists, but also it was huge and expensive… and composed of unique, hand-made objects, the very characteristics artists had determined to leave behind.

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Stella 2015

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For SDB, a Victor Hugo octopus:

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Craig Kauffman (bubble boy)

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in the studio

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Rauschenberg at Betty Parsons gallery 1951

light boxes
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