Abstract Expressionism — Royal Academy of Arts (Sep 2016)

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The Royal Academy of Arts' ambitious new exhibition will bring together some of the finest examples of Abstract Expressionism in the world, exploring the movement's wild and vibrant experiments with improvisation, spontaneity and colour.

It will feature works by some of the movement's most celebrated artists including: Kline, Pollock, Rothko, Newman, Still, de Kooning, Smith, Reinhardt and Gorky.

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