It caught my eye when I read last week that Jasper Johns has created a print on translucent paper for the May issue of Art in America magazine. Apparently, the print will feature several of Johns’s “signature motifs,” but the translucent paper might be considered somewhat of a signature motif in its own way.
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If you’ve got Irish blood in your veins or you’re simply keen to kick off the week with a pint, you can celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day and take in some modern art at the same time.
In celebration of the Fourth of July, here’s an oh-so-appropriate recent acquisition to MoMA’s collection. Jasper Johns’s screenprint Flags I (1973) is currently on view in the exhibition New to the Print Collection: Matisse to Bourgeois</a>,
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