The Work of Max Ginsburg (Thank you Artist-A-Day)

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 01, 2012
When Max Ginsburg entered the art world in the 1960s, he was working in direct opposition to the period’s minimalism and rejection of representational art. Ginsburg’s fine art reflected and represented his immediate environment: cart vendors, subway riders, street basketball and generally the people of New York, depicting them with unflinching clarity and dignity...

Artist A Day Selection: Max Ginsburg

Illustration // Wednesday, February 29, 2012
When Max Ginsburg entered the art world in the 1960?s, he was working in direct opposition to the period’s minimalism and rejection of representational art. Ginsburg’s fine art reflected and represented his immediate environment: cart vendors, subway riders, street basketball and generally the people of New York, depicting them with unflinching clarity and dignity...

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