Auctions and Exhibitions

Clyfford Still Fused Form, Color and Texture for a Radical New Language of Abstraction

New York | 12 May

When Clyfford Still painted PH-125 (1948-N0. 1), he was at the height of career, dedicated to his calling and at his most active, precise and meditative. This painting, coming from the Collection of Mrs John L. Marion, fuses color, form and texture into a sublime and otherworldly monument to Still’s unique language of abstraction. Join Sotheby’s Chairman Amy Cappellazzo as she delves into the edginess of a work that remains as radical today as when it was made.

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