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Judd Tully

By Judd Tully

Though not exactly new in the gallery exhibition world of pairing artists from different periods, the current iteration of Frederick Edwin Church and Mark Rothko at Mnuchin is a dazzling affair, one producing a slow and sensual visual feast. Robert Mnuchin isn’t a newcomer to pairing artists, going back to 1994 with Newman, Rothko, Still, 2010 with Tanguy and Calder and 2016 with Chamberlain and de Kooning. The current iteration is his brainchild. But this time, the duo matches Church, a 19th century titan of American romantic landscape painting and Rothko, the 20th century master of Color Field painting.


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