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Alex Katz

For the first time in Spain, the museum is presenting a retrospective on the American painter Alex Katz (born New York, 1927), one of the key figures in the history of 20thcentury American art and a forerunner of Pop Art who continues active today. The exhibition is curated by Guillermo Solana, the museum’s artistic director, and it benefits from the support of the artist and his studio, who are in close contact with this project. The display includes around 30 large-format oils accompanied by various studies, offering a survey of all of the artist’s habitual themes: his individual, double and group portraits together with his distinctive flowers and sweeping landscapes painted with bright colours and flat backgrounds. Oil on canvas. 200 x 292 cm. Whitney Museum of American Art. Purchase with funds from the Painting and Sculpture Committee, New York. © 2021 Alex Katz/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York https://nyakumisenpai.wordpre
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