A rare 1963 catalog from the Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania. Images of paintings are in color and in black & white.
The Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania wrote: To open the gallery, I thought of Clyfford Still. He presented in unmistakable terms many of the things that art should be – vital, all of a man, a total idea, clarity, openness, authenticity. But most of all, alive, standing as an existenz which doesn’t have to be rummaged for…
This résumé exhibition offers the possibility of examining the progression rather than homogeneity of the Man-Artist, where he came from, how he came, some of the whys and wherefroms of his existence.
-TI-Grace Sharpless, Curator, 1963