Jackson Pollock: Michael Fried and T. J. Clark in Conversation

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Jackson Pollock: Michael Fried and T. J. Clark in Conversation. Concerned primarily with the sociopolitical history of art, scholar T. J. Clark has, in the past, come into conflict with critic Michael Fried, a proponent of aesthetically based views of painting and sculpture. This program documents a discussion of two Jackson Pollock works in which Clark and Fried strive for common ground. Studying Lavender Mist, both commentators remark on the compressed energy of the painting surface, although Clark sees in it more fragility than Fried does. Standing before Autumn Rhythm, Clark suggests that Pollock’s move toward complete abstraction signifies a desire to communicate experiential subject matter. Fried agrees to a point, but believes Pollock focused on pictorial elements. Produced by the Open University. (26 minutes) FREE SHIPPING in the 48 states

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