Clark, Ed

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Born 1926. is an African American abstract expressionist painter and one of the early experimenters with shaped canvas in the 1950s. In 2013, Clark was presented with the Art Institute of Chicago's Legends and Legacy Award, in recognition of what it called his "pioneering paintings. Ed Clark's paintings are included in the permanent collections of The Art Institute of Chicago, the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Studio Museum in Harlem; the Metropolitan Museum, the Museum of Modern Art; the Museum of Solidarity in Yugoslavia; the Museum of Modern Art in Salvador, Brazil, the Centro de Arte Moderno in Guadalajara, Mexico, among others. Kathy started collaborating with Clark in the 1970s at Bob Blackburn's PMW.  

Yucatan Series, 1977

Yucatan Series, 1977

Relief printed line etching I: 21.5" x 27" P: 22" x 29"

No Title, 1979

No Title, 1979

Relief printed line etching I: 20.5" x 26.5" P: 22" x 29"

Yucatan Series "Green"

Yucatan Series "Green"

1979 Relief printed line etching I: 21.75" x 26.5" P: 28.5" x 34"

No Title, 1977

No Title, 1977

Relief printed photo etching (two plates) I: 18" x 25" P: 25" x 30"

No Title, 1975

No Title, 1975

Relief printed etching I: 15.75" x 22.75" P: 22" x 29"

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