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    'For Pearl' (Janis Joplin), (1970) by American artist Brice Marden (b.1938). Wonderful post. via Phaidon

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      "Yet," as Costello writes in our book "Marden's art requires no special knowledge. It simply invites onlookers to stretch their understanding of how a painting or drawing can speak of something in the world, sometimes through colour alone, and often in a tint or shade we did not know existed. We are challenged to recognise that shapes and forms can register meaning even when they do not look like anything even vaguely concerned with visual reality."

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    'Dragons' (2000-04) by American artist Brice Marden (b.1938). Ink on paper, 40.5 x 29.75 in. via Matthew Marks Gallery

    'Suicide Notes' (1972) by American artist Brice Marden (b.1938). Ink on paper, 11.75 x 7.75 in. via MoMA

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    Art by American artist Fairfield Porter (1907-1975) adorn the cover of the 1972 edition of the "The Crystal Lithium" a James Schuyler, first published by Random House in 1970

    Brice Marden #3, 2011  Oil and graphite on marble  19 3/4 x 8 inches; 50 x 20 cm