Art In America

From the Archives: Post-Judson Dance

In our September–October 1971 issue, Bessie-Award-winning dance critic and choreographer Deborah Jowitt describes "the new dance," a group of young dancers—including Yvonne Rainer, Merce Cunningham, Twyla Tharp, and Monk—who adopted a Minimalist...

From the Archives: A Planned Coincidence

Dore Ashton, a prolific champion of the Abstract Expressionist movement, died on January 30 at age eighty-eight. Ashton was one of the most influential voices of the New York School, authoring over thirty books of art criticism. We looked back in our...

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