Jack Tworkov

 

The Butler Institute of American Art

 October 11 - December 20, 2015
<i>Jack Tworkov: Important Paintings from the 70s</i>, installation view, The Butler Institute of American Art (2015)
Jack Tworkov: Important Paintings from the 70s, installation view, The Butler Institute of American Art (2015)
<i>Jack Tworkov: Important Paintings from the 70s</i>, installation view, The Butler Institute of American Art (2015)
Jack Tworkov: Important Paintings from the 70s, installation view, The Butler Institute of American Art (2015)
<i>Jack Tworkov: Important Paintings from the 70s</i>, installation view, The Butler Institute of American Art (2015)
Jack Tworkov: Important Paintings from the 70s, installation view, The Butler Institute of American Art (2015)
<i>Jack Tworkov: Important Paintings from the 70s</i>, installation view, The Butler Institute of American Art (2015)
Jack Tworkov: Important Paintings from the 70s, installation view, The Butler Institute of American Art (2015)
<i>Jack Tworkov: Important Paintings from the 70s</i>, installation view, The Butler Institute of American Art (2015)
Jack Tworkov: Important Paintings from the 70s, installation view, The Butler Institute of American Art (2015)
<i>Jack Tworkov: Important Paintings from the 70s</i>, installation view, The Butler Institute of American Art (2015)
Jack Tworkov: Important Paintings from the 70s, installation view, The Butler Institute of American Art (2015)
<i>Jack Tworkov: Important Paintings from the 70s</i>, installation view, The Butler Institute of American Art (2015)
Jack Tworkov: Important Paintings from the 70s, installation view, The Butler Institute of American Art (2015)
<i>Jack Tworkov: Important Paintings from the 70s</i>, installation view, The Butler Institute of American Art (2015)
Jack Tworkov: Important Paintings from the 70s, installation view, The Butler Institute of American Art (2015)
Mirror (SR-PT-70 #2) (1970)
Oil on canvas
8h x 80w in (20.3h x 203.2w cm)
Mirror (SR-PT-70 #2) (1970)
Oil on canvas
8h x 80w in (20.3h x 203.2w cm)
SR-PT-70 #3  (1970)
Charcoal on paper
20.75h x 19.75w in (52.7h x 50.2w cm)
SR-PT-70 #3 (1970)
Charcoal on paper
20.75h x 19.75w in (52.7h x 50.2w cm)
DWG #5-70 (CH #5) (1970)
Charcoal on paper
25.5h x 19.75w in (64.8h x 50.2w cm)
DWG #5-70 (CH #5) (1970)
Charcoal on paper
25.5h x 19.75w in (64.8h x 50.2w cm)
Q4-CH #1-71 (1971)
Charcoal on paper
19.75h x 25.5w in (50.2h x 64.8w cm)
Q4-CH #1-71 (1971)
Charcoal on paper
19.75h x 25.5w in (50.2h x 64.8w cm)
Q4-72 #2 (1972)
Oil on canvas
96h x 68w in (243.8h x 172.7w cm)
Q4-72 #2 (1972)
Oil on canvas
96h x 68w in (243.8h x 172.7w cm)
NY Q2-72 (CH #3) (1972)
Charcoal on paper
25.5h x 19.5w in (64.8h x 49.5w cm)
NY Q2-72 (CH #3) (1972)
Charcoal on paper
25.5h x 19.5w in (64.8h x 49.5w cm)
D.A. on P. #1 (Q1-73) (1973)
Acrylic on paper
28.63h x 20w in (72.7h x 50.8w cm)
D.A. on P. #1 (Q1-73) (1973)
Acrylic on paper
28.63h x 20w in (72.7h x 50.8w cm)
P73 #4 (1973)
Oil on canvas 
96h x 68w in (243.8h x 172.7w cm)
P73 #4 (1973)
Oil on canvas
96h x 68w in (243.8h x 172.7w cm)
Knight Series #3 (1975)
Oil on canvas
90h x 75w in (228.6h x 190.5w cm)
Knight Series #3 (1975)
Oil on canvas
90h x 75w in (228.6h x 190.5w cm)
Q1-75 #1 (1975)
Oil on canvas
72h x 72w in (182.9h x 182.9w cm)
Q1-75 #1 (1975)
Oil on canvas
72h x 72w in (182.9h x 182.9w cm)
Q1-76 #1 (1976)
Oil on canvas
80h x 80w in (203.2h x 203.2w cm)
Q1-76 #1 (1976)
Oil on canvas
80h x 80w in (203.2h x 203.2w cm)
Alternative IV (OC-Q4-77 #3) (1977)
Oil on canvas
72h x 72w in (182.9h x 182.9w cm)
Alternative IV (OC-Q4-77 #3) (1977)
Oil on canvas
72h x 72w in (182.9h x 182.9w cm)
Q3-78 #6 (1978)
Oil on canvas
54h x 54w in (137.2h x 137.2w cm)
Q3-78 #6 (1978)
Oil on canvas
54h x 54w in (137.2h x 137.2w cm)
Indian Red #5  (1979)
Oil on canvas 
54h x 54w in (137.2h x 137.2w cm)
Indian Red #5 (1979)
Oil on canvas
54h x 54w in (137.2h x 137.2w cm)
Indian Red Series #1 (1979)
Oil on canvas
72h x 72w in (182.9h x 182.9w cm)
Indian Red Series #1 (1979)
Oil on canvas
72h x 72w in (182.9h x 182.9w cm)

About the Exhibition



October 11 - December 20, 2015

Curator Talk: Saturday, October 10, 2:00 PM
Exhibition Opening Reception: October 11, 1:00-3:00 PM

Jack Tworkov was a founding member of the New York School, along with Willem de Kooning, Philip Guston, Jackson Pollock, and Franz Kline, whose gestural paintings of the 1950s formed the basis for the Abstract Expressionist movement in America. Organized by Jason Andrew, this exhibition presents paintings from the 1970s, including a loan from the collection of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.

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