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The Clyfford Still Museum is delighted to be collaborating again with Rizzoli, who co-published our inaugural publication, Clyfford Still: The Artist's Museum, in 2012. Clyfford Still: The Late Works is a wonderful companion to both this earlier volume and also for our late works exhibition (Sept. 18, 2020 - Feb. 21, 2021, dates may be subject to change). The exhibition presents these little-seen works in the spotlight for the first time.
Recommended by Dean Sobel, Exhibition Curator
Still Life is a gorgeous collection of music for cello and guitar by internationally renowned composer Stephen Goss, performed by the Patterson/Sutton Duo.
In 2016, Kimberly Patterson (cello) and Patrick Sutton (guitar) played a concert for our Music in the Galleries program. Also in the audience was internationally renowned composer Stephen Goss, who came to CSM to hear Kimberly and Patrick play one of his compositions. Stephen was so taken by the Museum that when Kimberly and Patrick commissioned him to compose a piece for them, he suggested that the inspiration come from Clyfford Still’s paintings. Two years later, the Museum hosted the premiere performance of Still Life, and the Shop carries a CD recording of the piece. It’s a stunning composition of music, full of color and dynamism.
Recommended by Sonia Rae, CSM Director of Audience and Community Engagement
The Early Years: Clyfford Still in Canada, 1920 -1933
I was so impressed by Patricia Failing’s research and sense of humor in her essay in the opening of the book. It’s intriguing how contemporaries of Still overestimated how lonely he was in his early life and what little background in art he would’ve had. Failing tells a completely new story here about the support and regularity of Still’s art education, and her selections for the exhibition are wonderful peeks into Still’s early life. I particularly love the attention paid to Still’s early pastels and their relation to a series Still did in the 1960s.
Recommended by Andy Cushen, CSM Visitor Services Representative