Michael Paglia visits the Clyfford Still Museum in this week's art review, taking in a recreated show based on an exhibit that Still himself organized in 1959 at the Albright-Knox in Buffalo, New York. The exhibition marked the first time he was able to fully envision what it would be like to have an environment based solely on his own work.
Continue reading for photos from 1959: The Albright-Knox Gallery Exhibition Recreated.
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