Jackson Pollock

This video essay seeks to explain how art progressed from figurative works to the abstract art of Jackson Pollock.

From her childhood in early 1900s Brooklyn to the end of her life in East Hampton, Lee Krasner painted with a distinctive, courageous vision. It was this vision that pushed her to persevere as an…

There’s an overlooked reason for Pollock’s fame. Even if you love him, you might not know the name of the man who made him famous.

THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, LOS ANGELES (MOCA), IN COLLABORATION WITH THE GETTY CONSERVATION INSTITUTE, PRESENTS JACKSON POLLOCK’S NUMBER 1,…

Washington, DC—Stretching nearly 20 feet wide by 8 feet tall, Mural (1943) is the largest work by Jackson Pollock (1912-1956). Beyond its monumental proportions and the many myths that…

A special installation in the Gallery’s East Building features Mural (1943) by Jackson Pollock, on loan from the University of Iowa Museum of Art. Originally commissioned by Peggy…