Jackson Pollock What Kind of Risk


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Episode of Series “Risk”.
Jackson Pollock (1912-1956) was the leading exponent of what is usually called Abstract Expressionist Art. Charles Harrison examines a number of Pollock’s paintings, and discusses how they were made and what they represent. Includes some film of Pollock himself working on a painting in 1952

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