By Margot Mifflin
Updated January 08, 1993 at 05:00 AM EST
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Brice Marden: Paintings and Drawings

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A maverick of abstract painting, Brice Marden brought soul to ’60s Minimalism through muted tones and textured surfaces, then flouted Minimalist doctrine in the ’80s by introducing expressive lines in-to his work. In his thoughtful study Brice Marden: Paintings and Drawings, Klaus Kertess, a curator at New York City’s Whitney Museum of American Art, charts Marden’s career and outlines his biography, providing sumptuous reproductions of the work. Marden’s mystical creations give the lie to the alleged obsolescence of abstract art. A

Brice Marden: Paintings and Drawings

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  • Book
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  • Klaus Kertess

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