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  • ..featuring local artists such as Diebenkorn, Thiebaud, and Jess...

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • The move rekindled an early interest in abstraction: Diebenkorn devoted the next two decades to a series of color-block paintings he named for his new neighborhood, "Ocean Park."

    Richard Diebenkorn: The Ocean Park Series

  • Paintings by the likes of Clyfford Still and Richard Diebenkorn revolved slowly to the accompaniment of a calliope, jazz platters, a dozen radios performing a John Cage score and recorded recitations by Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac.

    When the West Coast Went Pop

  • And more painterly works by Richard Diebenkorn, Ed Moses, Joe Goode and others.

    Peter Clothier: One Saturday: Art/L.A.

  • The Clement Greenberg Collection, on display in Portland since 2001, consists of 155 paintings, sculptures and works on paper by five dozen of the critic's favorite artists, among them Mr. Pollock, Richard Diebenkorn, Helen Frankenthaler, Hans Hofmann, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski and David Smith.

    How Two Great Critics Compromised Their Posthumous Reputations

  • Colorful abstract paintings by Bay Area painter Richard Diebenkorn and Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama fared well, as did conceptual sculptures like Félix González-Torres's "Untitled Aparicion," a $1.6 million stack of papers printed to look like a partly sunny sky.

    Sales Spin Warhol Silkscreens Into Gold

  • PST exhibitions have brought attention the work of painters who have been under the radar in recent years including John Altoon and Karl Benjamin, as well as re-invigorating well known artists such as Richard Diebenkorn and Joan Brown.

    Brett Baker: Painters' Table: Top 10 Best Posts, November 2011

  • And that was good enough for D.B. short for Diebenkorn, it turns out to offer Finn a regular gig with the graveyard shift.

    CSI: What Did You Think of Elisabeth Shue's Debut?

  • It is claimed in court papers that one of the world's leading art galleries, Knoedler of New York, has been involved in the sale of alleged forgeries of works by pre-eminent 20th century US artists, including Jackson Pollock, Richard Diebenkorn and Robert Motherwell.

    Forgery row exposes murky goings-on of trade in fine art

  • On the right hand wall was an early Diebenkorn abstract oil -- it was a terrific painting -- but there were no Lobdells in sight.

    John Seed: Frank Lobdell: "Nothing Worth Anything Is Easy"

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