Posts tagged Cezanne
From the Archive: JT on Soutine (ARTnews 1950)

On the occasion of the Chaim Soutine exhibition at the Jewish Museum in New York, aptly titled “Flesh,” we revisit the historic essay written by Jack Tworkov on Soutine's retrospective at MoMA originally published in ARTnews in November 1950.

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JT lectures at Skowhegan 1960

In the summer of 1960, Jack Tworkov was invited as a guest lecturer and visiting artist to Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine. Rather than offering a prepared talk, Tworkov asks for questions from the audience and a spontaneous conversation ensues. Tworkov discusses his early education, abstract painting / abstract expressionism, role of a teacher, state of art education and the changes facing abstract painting versus figurative/subject.

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From the archives: JT at the Whitney circa 1964.

50 years ago this year the Whitney Museum of American Art opened a major survey of Jack Tworkov's work featuring 60 paintings, 5 collages, and 19 drawings. The exhibition opened at the Whitney on March 25 and ran until May 3, 1964, then traveled to other American museums including the San Francisco Museum of Art and the Walker Art Center among others. Accompanying this historic exhibition was a substantial catalogue. In celebration of the 50th year of the exhibition, the catalogue essay written by Edward Bryant has been reproduced herein as well as the corresponding illustrations.

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