Abstract Expressionism: Other Politics

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Yale University Press, 1997 - Art - 248 pages
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The Abstract Expressionist movement has long been bound up in the careers and lifestyles of about twelve white male artists who exhibited in New York in the 1940s. In this book Ann Eden Gibson reconsiders the history of the movement by investigating other artists -- people of color, women, and gays and lesbians -- whose versions of abstraction have been largely ignored until now.

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Gibson is Associate Professor and Associate Director of Publications of the Humanities Institute at the State University of New York, Stony Brook.

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