Tyler Green

Modern Art Notes

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Writer and Editor of Modern Art Notes, a visual-arts blog, and American columnist for Modern Painters magazine, based in Washington, DC

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Chicano art, black art, light-and-space art and feminist art are just some of the features of a massive look back at art in Los Angeles from 1945 to 1980.

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Chicano art, black art, light-and-space art and feminist art are just some of the features of a massive look back at art in Los Angeles from 1945 to 1980.

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The  Getty Trust , the world's richest art organization with $5 billion, has a new leader.

Former Head of the Art Institute of Chicago to Lead Getty

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