MOVING TARGETS: AMERICAN ART FROM 1918-2012
MOVING TARGETS looks anew at relationships, influences, and two-way exchanges between historic and contemporary American Artists. The lines of academic and modernist influence from Europe to the United States can be traced in the field’s
early days, by such artists as Stuart Davis and Marsden Hartley. The course that was chartered by these early pioneers in American art can be felt in the later works by Dorothy Dehner and even John Chamberlain. Moving through the sixties with
the introduction of the shaped canvas, pop art andcolor field painting we see works by Al Loving Jr., Richard Anuszkiewicz, Ken Noland, and Jules Olitski. This exhbition looks at the manylevels of culture and varieties of media, as well as rapidly changing modes of international influence exemplified by works from Christopher Wool, George Condo and Richard Prince.
Featuring works by Richard Anuszkiewicz, Carl Andre, John Chamberlain, George Condo, Gene Davis, Stuart Davis, Dorothy Dehner, Willem de Kooning, Jim Dine, Sam Francis, Jimmy Ernst, Al Loving, Ken Noland, Conrad Marca-Relli, Richard Prince, David Smith, Jack Twokov and Christopher Wool.