NY Times – In the early 1960s, Jules Olitski (1922-2007) made some of the most astounding abstract paintings of the 20th century. Many of them still astound — even if the avuncular sexual innuendos and women’s names in most of their titles are by now wearying, the stale artifacts of a malign, oblivious era. Both conditions are established by “Jules Olitski: Color to the Core” at Yares Art in Midtown. – read more 

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