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JACKSON POLLOCK: TWO VIEWS

With the second and final leg of the Museum of Modern Art's Jackson Pollock Retrospective under way at London's Tate Gallery, Artforum contributing editor THOMAS CROW is joined by art historian MICHAEL FRIED in assessing the New York installment of the show and the critical response that greeted it. Their paired views celebrate the artist's achievement, in Crow's words arguably our culture's “Most Important Artistic Event.”

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