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Ed Clark

Ed Clark: Expanding the Image

Hauser & Wirth presents “Expanding the Image,” the gallery’s first exhibition in Los Angeles dedicated to the work of Ed Clark. The exhibition offers works from Clark’s highly formative years of 1960 through 1980, two decades during which he made pivotal breakthroughs that expanded the language of abstraction. The exhibition explores Clark’s signature style that evolved from the use of a push broom to handle paint and the invention of shaped canvas, two techniques pioneered by the artist in the late 1950s. Both inventions became central to Clark’s artistic practice and supported his unique synthesis of European modernism and New York Abstract Expressionism. “For me, it is large, bold strokes that do not refer distinctly to seen nature” that make paint the subject, the artist once said.

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