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A long overdue exhibition at the Whitney Museum features key works from abstract…

A long overdue exhibition at the Whitney Museum features key works from abstract painter Carmen Herrera, who is still active at

2015 : Osamu Kobayashi

2015 : Osamu Kobayashi

Ellsworth Kelly, Orange Relief with Blue (2011). All Images via Matthew Marks. | Kelly has been experimenting with color spectrums since the sixth grade, and with painted relief since 1949, after he moved to Paris and was influenced by Constantin Brancusi‘s simplified sculptural forms. ...he constantly sketches his ideas, and finds inspiration in even the subtlest everyday shapes.

Orange Relief with Blue Artist: Ellsworth Kelly Completion Date: 2011 Style: Hard Edge Painting Genre: abstract

Indian artist Nasreen Mohamedi (1937–1990). Born in Karachi and raised in Mumbai, Mohamedi is now considered...to be one of the most significant artists within the modernist tradition, with her work receiving great critical acclaim internationally in recent years. Nasreen Mohamedi is the largest solo show of her work in the UK to date, giving many visitors their first encounter with her varied practice which includes painting, drawing and photography.

Nasreen Mohamedi exhibition at Tate Liverpool from 6 June - 5 October 2014 is the largest solo show of her work in the UK to date, giving many visitors their first encounter with her varied practice which includes painting, drawing and photography.

Whitney restrospective, Sept. 2016. Carmen Herrera (b. 1915), Blanco y Verde, 1966–67. Acrylic on canvas, 40 × 70 in. (101.6 × 177.8 cm). Private collection. © Carmen Herrera; photograph by Ron Amstutz

Carmen Herrera is at last being celebrated at a major museum in New York with a solo show: “Lines of Sight,” a ravishing retrospective of about 50 works.

Paolo Scheggi, 'Zone riflesse,' ca. 1960, Arte Centro

Paolo Scheggi: Zone riflesse, ca. Oil on canvas. 60 × 80 in × cm).