The Irascibles: Painters Against the Museum. New York, 1950
This exhibition, which revolves around the photography that eventually became the canonical portrait of the generation of artists known as the New York School, was taken by Life magazine in 1950 to illustrate a collective protest against an exhibition of contemporary American art scheduled by the Metropolitan Museum of Art for the end of that year. 18 works by as many artists (Baziotes, Brroks, Bultman, De Kooning, Ernst, Gottlieb, Hofmann, Kees, Motherwell, Newman, Pollock, Pousette-Dart, Reinhardt, Rothko, Stamos, Sterne, Still and Tomlin) on display, until June 7, at the Fundación Juan March.
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