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Art Chronicles, 1954-1966

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This book features recent works by some of the members of the Abstract Art movement, from 1954 to 1966. Also included, is a chronology, and a bibliography.
Paperback, 165 pages
Published November 1st 1990 by George Braziller (first published 1975)
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Poets make great art critics. Why? I don't know why. But O'Hara had a strong relationship with other artists - and it shows in this collection of essays that were originally printed in Art in America (if memory serves me correctly).
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Frank O'Hara was born in Baltimore, Maryland and grew up in Grafton, Massachusetts. O'Hara served in the South Pacific and Japan as a sonarman on the destroyer USS Nicholas during World War II.

With the funding made available to veterans he attended Harvard University, where he roomed with artist/writer Edward Gorey. Although he majored in music and did some composing, his attendance was irregular
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Lunch Poems The Collected Poems of Frank O'Hara Meditations in an Emergency Selected Poems Poems Retrieved

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