The opening section of this chapter contextualises Abstract Expressionism with reference to the Cold War and the desire to make New York the heart of the art world. It looks at the tensions between hegemonic and countercultural practice within Abstract Expressionism, with particular focus on Jackson Pollock. Later, the chapter focuses on other voices and regions, with particular emphasis on Wally Hedrick, Norman Lewis and Jay DeFeo.
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