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New York



Mar 6–Apr 25, 2020

Kenneth Noland's Flares, employing colorful and translucent plexiglass strips wedged between irregularly shaped panels, are the outcome of the artist's rigorous and daring lifelong exploration of painting’s many possibilities.

Exhibition Details

Mar 6 – Apr 25, 2020


540 West 25th Street
New York



Above: Kenneth Noland, Flares: Rise and Fall, 1991, acrylic on canvas on panel with Plexiglas, 47-1/8" × 84-1/8" × 2" (119.7 cm × 213.7 cm × 5.1 cm) © The Kenneth Noland Foundation

Kenneth Noland

Kenneth Noland was a primary force in the development of postwar abstract art and color field painting. He attended Black Mountain College in the late forties, exhibiting an early interest in the emotional effects of color and geometric forms. His commitment to line and color can be traced throughout his prolific oeuvre, including his Circle paintings and extending through a visual language of chevrons, diamonds, horizontal bands, plaid patterns, and shaped canvases. 

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New York — Noland, Flares, Mar 6–Apr 25, 2020