Greenberg on Pollock: An Interview by T. J. Clark

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Greenberg on Pollock: An Interview by T. J. Clark. A quarter-century following the death of Abstract Expressionist firebrand Jackson Pollock, renowned critic Clement Greenberg and art historian T. J. Clark sat down to discuss the legendary painter’s career, working methods, and legacy. This program documents their talk, focusing on Pollock’s work from the mid-1940s onward and highlighting Greenberg’s firsthand observations of the artist in his studio. Although he casts Pollock as an outsider—one whose techniques were considered “freakish” even among the New York avant-garde—Greenberg himself lauds the painter’s approach as practical and unpretentious. He also reflects on a supposed transition from easel to mural painting which, for Pollock, never quite materialized. Produced by the Open University. (25 minutes)
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