July 18, 2008—January 3, 2009

This exhibition is an important historical exhibition focusing on a narrow but highly significant period in American and world art history. The period extends from 1960 until 1972—that moment when the tenets of Modernist art collapsed under pressure from newer forms of artistic expression. At this moment, American artists had the greatest influence on the history of world art, and the results of the change formed the foundation of all that we see in contemporary art today.






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