Art of the Abstract Mark: Libbie Mark’s Collage Paintings and Other Works

Libbie Mark, “Untitled” (c. 1950s), acrylic and paper collage on canvas,
23 1/8″ x 23 1/8,”
inv. no. 39JM, ©Libbie Mark Provincetown Fund (photo credit: Paul Mutino)

The National Arts Club and the Libbie Mark Provincetown Fund present Art of the Abstract Mark: Libbie Mark’s Collage Paintings and Other Works, 1950s–1960s. Almost 30 works by the innovative Abstract Expressionist Libbie Mark are on view through February 25.

Art of the Abstract Mark: Libbie Mark’s Collage Paintings and Other Works, 1950s–1960s, at the NAC’s landmark clubhouse on Gramercy Park in New York City, is free to the public and open daily from 10am to 5pm. A gallery talk with art critic and author Joan Marter and LMPF Curator Jennifer Uhrhane is scheduled for February 16, RSVP to attend here. A full-color catalogue is available for purchase in the gallery and at libbiemark.com.

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@peepso_user_370(Rakesha Zurita )
I had never heard of her. Thanks for introducing her work to me.
9 months ago
@peepso_user_366(Elizabeth Kathryn)
I haven't heard of her either. Another women who didn't get the recognition in the male dominated art market of that era.