Jackson Pollock's Mural: Energy Made Visible
From 23 April through 16 November 2015 the Peggy Guggenheim Collection presents Jackson Pollock’s ‘Mural’: Energy Made Visible. This touring exhibition focuses on Jackson Pollock’s monumental Mural, 1943, following its 18-month campaign of conservation and cleaning at the Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles. The immensely dynamic Mural is the largest painting Pollock created and it has exerted a seismic impact on American art down to the present day.
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