Though he would always retain the mystique of a hard-drinking cowboy from out west, Jackson Pollock moved to New York in 1930, embracing the bohemian urbanity and camaraderie of the Village. It was from within this milieu that he found the courage and inspiration to formulate a completely new American art. Join independent art historian and Museum of Modern Art lecturer Larissa Bailiff for a discussion of Jackson Pollock’s years in the so-called Downtown Scene.
This series exploring artists and Greenwich Village life continues on January 31 examining Andy Warhol's influence on the Village Scene.
Free; seating is limited; reservations required by calling or emailing
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