All in Together, on view at Washburn Gallery, New York
On view through May 27, the exhibition unites in one room a selection of paintings, sculpture, collages and works on paper
by eleven artists, including Alfonso Ossorio, whose 1950s painting (far left) was
lent by the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center. It hangs next to Jackson Pollock's
Silver Square, 1950. Both works are painted on the Masonite baseball game boards that were given
to Jackson by his brother Sande, who manufactured the game for the Raff Company in
1948. At least 16 of Pollock's poured paintings are on the boards, and Ossorio used
some as well.
Lee Krasner: A Through Line on view at the Kleefeld Art Museum
The exhibition, which will be on view at the Kleefeld Art Museum in Long Beach, CA, from February 7 - May 19, includes four of the five Krasner works in the museum’s Gordon F. Hampton Collection, together with rarely exhibited works on loan. It provides a context to explore Krasner's important abstract paintings and collages from the 1940s to the early 1960s. A Through Line specifically highlights breakthrough moments in her career, spurred on by her practice of revisiting ideas over time.
Lee Krasner, Stretched Yellow, 1955. Oil, paper collage and canvas collage on canvas,
82 1/2 x 57 3/4 in. Gift of the Gordon F. Hampton Foundation, through Wesley G. Hampton,
Roger K. Hampton, and Katharine H. Shenk. 1999.9.45.
Katrín Sigurdardóttir is our Bergman Visiting Professor
Internationally renowned visual artist Katrín Sigurdardóttir, MFA, has been named the next Charles C. Bergman Endowed Visiting Professorship in Studio Art. In addition to her teaching duties, she will collaborate with the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center on a public project in 2023.
"Tracing Paint" available for download from Viveport and Oculus
You can now experience our Telly Award-winning virtual reality tour of the studio on your VIVE headset wherever you are
for only $4.99.
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It's also available for download from the Oculus App Lab Store for your Oculus Quest headset.
- See the building as it was when Pollock and Krasner worked there.
- Watch some of their paintings return to the areas on the floor and walls where they were created.
- Hear the artists discuss their methods and motivations. See an excerpt HERE.
Pollock studio floor prints available
Jeff Heatley's spectacular full color photograph of the studio floor, taken for the 1998 Pollock retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, is now avaiable to order as a custom print. A portion of the proceeds benefits the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center.