Going Horizontal: Turning Art On Its Side

The seven Horizontalists in this exhibition distinguish themselves as a group that pours, paints, drips, scrapes, and abrades pigments on horizontal surfaces as they bear down from above onto floors or tables rather than on easels or walls. They recall that seminal Horizontalist, Jackson Pollock, who attacked the ground with his drip-action technique in the village of Springs out on Long Island’s East end.

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