‘Bold Colors, Odd Shapes, Squiggly Lines’: The Changing Reputation of Alma Thomas



Yesterday the Studio Museum in Harlem opened a large Alma Thomas retrospective, the artist’s first solo New York museum show in more than 40 years. The last one was in 1972, when the under-appreciated abstract painter had an exhibition at the Whitney Museum, … Read More



Fonte: ‘Bold Colors, Odd Shapes, Squiggly Lines’: The Changing Reputation of Alma Thomas , Publicado em 15 July 2016 | 3:00 pm

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