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Re: Jackson Pollock interpretation . . .

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Joseph Augusta (jaugusta)
Thu, 03 Dec 1998 15:24:15 -0500

RJD wrote:
> Yes the work is about loss of
> > control. But he used loss of control as a means to gain control over his
> > environment.

Wrong. He walked away from several paintings--one in the Hans Namuth
film--because he lost contol of it. In fact "Blue Poles" one his most
well-known pics was nearly abandoned before he interjected the blue
poles to hold the piece together.

Best wishes,