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February 9, 1990 | CHRISTOPHER KNIGHT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If you go to see "Helen Frankenthaler: A Paintings Retrospective"--and you should--be sure to ask yourself some questions. For starters: --Why did Frankenthaler's brand of New York School abstraction, which seemed to hold an edgy promise in the 1950s, devolve into decorative grandiloquence a decade later?
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February 9, 1990 | CHRISTOPHER KNIGHT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If you go to see "Helen Frankenthaler: A Paintings Retrospective"--and you should--be sure to ask yourself some questions. For starters: --Why did Frankenthaler's brand of New York School abstraction, which seemed to hold an edgy promise in the 1950s, devolve into decorative grandiloquence a decade later?
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February 8, 1990 | SUZANNE MUCHNIC, TIMES ART WRITER
Artist Helen Frankenthaler's mystique seems to be partly based on staying out of the limelight. Among art world insiders, she is almost as well known for living a privileged, quiet life on Manhattan's Upper East Side as for her lyrical abstract canvases. But since last June, when Frankenthaler's retrospective exhibition opened at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, she has been in the public eye almost constantly.
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February 8, 1990 | SUZANNE MUCHNIC, TIMES ART WRITER
Artist Helen Frankenthaler's mystique seems to be partly based on staying out of the limelight. Among art world insiders, she is almost as well known for living a privileged, quiet life on Manhattan's Upper East Side as for her lyrical abstract canvases. But since last June, when Frankenthaler's retrospective exhibition opened at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, she has been in the public eye almost constantly.
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July 23, 1998
* "Celebrating Lithography at 200"--Helen Frankenthaler's "Backwards" (1961), left, is at Cal State Long Beach. * "Outside In: Artists' Furniture in the Out of Doors"--A group show at the Gallery of Functional Art, Santa Monica. * "The Formation of the Collection of French Decorative Arts"--Curator Gillian Wilson will lecture at the Getty Center tonight.
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September 1, 1989
Nathan Kolodner, 38, former president of New York's Gay Men's Health Crisis. As a leading art dealer and director of the Andrew Emmerich Gallery representing such artists as David Hockney and Helen Frankenthaler, Kolodner helped organize a Sotheby's art auction that was the world's first AIDS benefit to raise $1 million. In Manhattan on Monday.
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February 24, 1990
Regarding "Frankenthaler Retrospective Raises Questions," Feb. 9:. Christopher Knight seems unable to review the exhibitions of internationally known women artists with any seriousness. When he reviewed the Georgia O'Keeffe exhibit last year, in the Herald Examiner, he called her "perhaps the most overrated American artist of the 20th Century" and attributed what he called her "gassily inflated reputation" to sexist tokenism. Helen Frankenthaler fared no better in his review in The Times.
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March 2, 2006 | From Associated Press
Apparently, one 12-year-old visitor to the Detroit Institute of Arts doesn't think much of abstract art. The boy stuck a wad of gum to a $1.5-million painting called "The Bay" by Helen Frankenthaler, leaving a stain the size of a quarter, officials said. The boy, who was not identified because of his age, was part of a school group that was visiting the museum last week when officials said he took a piece of gum out of his mouth and stuck it on the 1963 painting.
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October 21, 1990
Hans Namuth, 75, still photographer and cinematographer best known for his pictures of American artists, among them Jackson Pollock. His work ranged from photos of the Spanish Civil War to portraits of Guatemalan Indians. Among the major artists he photographed were Willem and Elaine de Kooning, Helen Frankenthaler, Robert Motherwell, Mark Rothko and Pollock, whose volatile nature he captured on film.
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March 30, 1994
Stephen Barrett Chase, 52, award-winning interior designer, art collector and Rancho Mirage philanthropist. Educated at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Art Center of Los Angeles, Chase began his interior design career with Kasden's in the Los Angeles area and later formed Steve Chase Associates in Rancho Mirage. His work earned him the Hall of Fame award from Interior Design magazine and West Week's designer of the year designation as well as several features in Architectural Digest.
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April 12, 2011 | By Jay Jones, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Longing for a culture fix? Las Vegas (yes, Sin City) could be just the ticket this weekend, when the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art opens an exhibition of landscapes created by world-class artists.  " A Sense of Place: Landscapes From Monet to Hockney ," which runs Saturday through January 2012 at the museum in the Bellagio hotel, offers more than 30 paintings and photographs, plus a video creation. The art includes both Impressionist works, such as haystacks painted by Claude Monet in 1885, and precise pigment prints created by Vik Muniz in 2006.  Among the other  artists are Marc Chagall, Christo, Helen Frankenthaler and Robert Rauschenberg.
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