His name is Ken Moffett, he's the curator of 20th Century Art at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts."
Seeing that, Ken
had a field day and started folding this thing all over the place.
asked if we could cut, not through the painting but the part that was raw canvas.
was putting together some kind of a hard edge.
was figuring out a way to use the hard edges of these folds and coming up with new ways of putting together a painting.
I still have some of those.
We collaborated on a couple pieces.
was there, so I met Moffett
and that started a history of exhibitions with Moffett
that went on for the next 27 years or so.
CW: There were a number of collectors involved and you'd been in the Abstract Art in New England show that Ken Moffett
talks about how when developments are made, and this development was made twenty years ago now, it takes that long for the artists to figure out what to do with it, so his
feeling is we're really just now seeing that.
CW: So, that's around the time that you're building into the New New period, the beginnings of New New Painting being shown by Ken
was at the Fort Lauderdale Museum
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