The New York Times
Brice Marden, Who Rejuvenated Painting in the 1960s, Dies at 84
In the mid-1960s, when conceptual art, Pop Art and minimalist sculpture were in the ascendancy and painting was declared dead by many critics and artists, Brice Marden issued a powerful counterstatement.
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