This publication on Joan Mitchell (1925-1992) allows us to
rediscover an artist whose life's work--with its anarchistic
conception, urge for freedom, and energy-filled gestures and
colors--is every bit as compelling as that of her male peers.
Between 1950 and 1955, Mitchell, as a recognized member of the
abstract expressionist circle, found her independent pictorial
language. The timeless motif of her painting is always life in its
purest form: as movement, transformation, constant action,
reaction, and observation.
The publication includes works from important American and
French collections as well as from the Joan Mitchell Foundation,
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