Robert Goodnough "Untitled" 1965.  Oil on canvas. 61" x 61".  Image courtesy of the Brandt Collection. 

Robert Goodnough: Abstract Expressionism & Beyond

The following information about this past Turchin Center exhibition is kept here for archival purposes only. This exhibition is not currently on display. View current and upcoming exhibitions.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Saturday, June 2, 2012
Main Gallery

An exhibition made possible by the David Ilya Brandt and Daria Brandt Collection.

Robert Goodnough (1917-2010) was an American Abstract Expressionist painter. He moved among the second-generation members of the New York School but at the same time stood apart. This exhibition continues the Turchin Center’s tradition of featuring historically important artists and their works. The works featured in this exhibition are from private collections and is made possible by the David Ilya Brandt and Daria Brandt Collection.

The Turchin Center has featured works from the David Ilya Brandt and Daria Brandt Collection in past years.  In 2003 the center featured the exhibition: The Omnipotent Dream: Man Ray, Confluences and Influences.  This exhibition focused on the work of American artist Man Ray, but placed his important body of work within the context of major movements of the early 20th century. This exhibition held relevance for early 21st century art because, like nearly 100 years ago, the art world values diversity, experimentation and interdisciplinary investigations. Other artists represented in this exhibition included: Arp, Bunuel, Dali, Hoch, Kandinsky, Picasso, Magritte, Miro, Schwitters, Tanning, amoung many others.

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