Pollock's radical paintings and dramatic persona helped draw attention to the broader group of Abstract Expressionists, including Willem de Kooning, Arshile Gorky, Robert Motherwell, Franz Kline, Barnett Newman, and Mark Rothko. Twenty-five years later, the 1967 Pollock retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art helped provoke the emergence of new movements such as Anti-Form, Process Art, and Performance. Where Pollock dripped paint, more recent artists have thrown molten lead or painted the floor with their bodies. Even today, debates about Pollock's work continue to shape our understanding of modern art.