Monday, January 11, 2010

"A painting that is an act is inseperable from the biography of the artist. The painting itself is a "moment" in the adulterated mixture of his life - whether moment means the actual minutes taken up with spotting the canvas or the entire duration of a lucid drama conducted in sign language. The act-painting is of the same metaphysical substance as the artist's existence. The new painting has broken down every distinction between art and life." -Harold Rosenberg

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