Resisting interpretation or classification, Mark Rothko (1903–1970) was a prominent advocate for freedom of expression in the art world. Although identified as a key protagonist of the Abstract Expressionist movement, first formed in New York City, Rothko rejected the label and instead instisted on “a consummated experience between picture and onlooker.”
From his early developments to his most famous colour fields, this book introduces the intellect and influence of Rothko’s dramatic, intimate and revolutionary work.
Author: Jacob Baal-Teshuva
Number of pages: 96
Dimensions: 21 x 26 cm, hardcover