Herman Trunk: Catholic Modernist
Herman Trunk was among a large group of New York modernists experimenting in abstraction between the Wars. Like many artists from this group, Trunk was a recognized and visible artist in New York during the 1920s and 30s, but his legacy as a contributor to the development of American modernism has been lost in more permanent constructions of the history of American art. During the 20s and 30s, Trunk's work was consistently on display at galleries throughout New York, positively reviewed by well known art critics, and included in high profile exhibitions like the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Venice biennials.
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- 28 May 2011
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