Uninterrupted Flux: Hedda Sterne, a Retrospective
Hedda Sterne's impressive art career began in the late 1930s when she exhibited with the Surrealists in Paris. She attained national prominence in the 1940s and 1950s, exhibiting with Abstract Expressionists such as Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Barnett Newman, and Mark Rothko, and her career continues into the present. This book documents Sterne's importance to the post-war American art scene. It highlights notable periods in her artistic career, including her Machine and Spray Roads paintings, portraits, installations, and recent drawings.
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1961 Mixed media Abstract Expressionism Ad Reinhardt aesthetic American Art Annual Exhibition Art Digest Art Institute artistic philosophy avant-garde Baldanders Barnett Newman Betty Parsons Gallery Bucharest canvas Untitled CDS Gallery Collage on paper Contimporanul December drawing East Hampton Elaine de Kooning Exhibition catalogue Hedda Sterne Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Ink on paper Institute of Chicago Janco John Deere Kinkead Pavilion University Krannert Art Museum Lettuces Machine March Mark Rothko media on heavy Menil Collection Metropolitan Museum Modern Art Montclair Museum and Kinkead Museum of American Museum of Art Museum of Modern November October Oil on canvas Painting and Sculpture paper 12 paper Untitled Paris pastel on paper Peggy Guggenheim Pencil and pastel Pencil on paper Photographer plate portrait reproduced Untitled Reviews and Previews Romanian Saul Steinberg Session at Studio solo exhibition Sterne's surrealism surrealist Uninterrupted Flux University of Illinois Untitled April Vertical-Horizontal Victor Brauner Whitney Museum