From Abstraction to Model: George Brecht's Events and the Conceptual Turn in Art of the 1960s

@article{Robinson2009FromAT,
  title={From Abstraction to Model: George Brecht's Events and the Conceptual Turn in Art of the 1960s},
  author={J. Robinson},
  journal={October},
  year={2009},
  pages={77-108}
}
ing Chance via Pollock and Cage Brecht wrote about Cage and Duchamp before coming into close contact with the work of either. While Allan Kaprow’s essay “The Legacy of Jackson Pollock,” published in Art News in January 1958, remains the most noted (and the most explicit) of this generation’s responses to Pollock, Brecht’s extensive research in this area is less known.8 With Pollock’s example as a springboard, Brecht developed a paper called “Chance-Imagery,” which traces the use of chance in… Expand
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