Negating the Negation of Art:
By Klaus Merkel
Pictorial Violation in the Late Work of Ad Reinhardt and Its Significance for Painting Today
The end of the New York School is one of the most important phases in 1960s American painting and had a far-reaching impact. At now famous events such as so-called Philadelphia Panel in 1960, Ad Reinhardt and Philip Guston in particular contributed towards ending this episode in art history.