CHARLOTTE PARK (1918-2010)
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by Robert Pincus-Witten - ARTFORUM - JAN 2011
On the exhibition Charlotte Park, Pincus-Witten writes, "The case of Charlotte Park is exemplary; hers was a major gift all but stifled by a happily embraced domesticity and by the critical bullying of a brutally doctrinaire art world."
ART IN REVIEW-Charlotte Park
by Roberta Smith - New York Times - NOV 2010
On the exhibition Charlotte Park, Smith writes, "It is probably too late for Charlotte Park, now over 90 and suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, to witness her ascension into the ranks of widely known Abstract Expressionists. A natural painter and gifted colorist, she is as good as several of the artists — both men and women — in the Museum of Modern Art’s current tribute to the movement, which was drawn almost entirely from its collection."
Charlotte Park at Spanierman: Refreshing, Rich, and Bold
by Jennifer Landes - The East Hampton Star - NOV 2010
On the exhibition Charlotte Park, Landes writes, "Spanierman Modern in New York City, which has been showing her work since the mid-aughts, has held several exhibits featuring her work and has helped bring her to the attention of a national audience who has eagerly received it. Its latest installation of her paintings, from the 1950s to the mid 1980s, is richly colored and multifaceted with oils, gouaches, collage, and other artistic expressions. "