Detail View: Clyfford Still Archives:

Installation view with PH-814 and PH-671 at the Museum of Modern Art
Creation Date: 
after 1991
Work Display Measurement: 
5 x 7 7/8 inches (12.7 x 20.0025 cm)
Work Material Medium Name: 
color film (film)
Work Material Support Name: 
Work Technique Name: 
color photography
Current Work Location Name: 
Clyfford Still Museum
Creation Location: 
New York, New York
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Work Description: 
This color photograph depicts an installation view with selections from the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. The gallery features works by artists who associated with the Abstract Expressionist movement. Clyfford Still's PH-814 (1951) hangs on the wall to the far left, while Sam Francis' "Towards Disappearance, II" (1957-58) appears beyond the bench in the left foreground. Proceeding clockwise, Ad Reinhardt's "Abstract Painting, Blue" (1952), "Abstract Painting, Red" (1952), and "Number 107" (1950) occupy the back walls. Still's PH-671 (1944) appears in the right background, followed by Willem de Kooning's "Pirate (Untitled II)" (1981) and David Smith's 1951 sculpture, "Australia." Several men and women view the gallery's artworks.
Work Rights Statement: 
Courtesy the Clyfford Still Archives
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Image Type Format: 
Image Holding Institution: 
Clyfford Still Museum
Image Collection Name: 
CSM Archival Collection: Objects
Image Rights Statement: 
Unknown photographer, courtesy the Clyfford Still Archives
Image Capture Hardware: 
Epson Expression 10000XL
Image Capture Operating System: 
Macintosh OS X 10.8.4
Image Cataloger Role: 
Digital Imaging Assistant