Jackson Pollock

October 28, 1998–February 2, 1999

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Jackson Pollock. Bird. c. 1938–41. Oil and sand on canvas, 27 3/4 × 24 1/4ʺ (70.5 × 61.6 cm). Gift of Lee Krasner in memory of Jackson Pollock. © 2016 Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

The first retrospective in New York since the one mounted by MoMA in 1967. The exhibition provides a fresh chance for new generations of artists to come to terms with a legendary figure and enables the broader public to reassess a quintessentially American artist in light of three decades of new scholarship and speculation on his work and often tempestuous life.

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