Nothing No. 33

August 16, 2015 § 1 Comment

“There is no such thing as a painting about nothing” (Rothko, Gottlieb, 1947)

Ad Reinhardt (1913-1967) misquoting Mark Rothko and Adolph Gottlieb in Art News, February 1964

See also Nothing No. 32

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§ One Response to Nothing No. 33

  • artdanpounds says:

    “The white snowy landscape below, and above the canopy of misty white light, the effect of an oriental painting, nothing solid about it. The town appeared to consist of ruins collapsing on one another in shapeless disorder, a town of sandcastles, wrecked by the tide.” – Anna Kavan, from the novel Ice (Peter Owen, 1967).

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