Nicholas Krushenick combined witty Pop sensibilities with a myriad of artistic inspirations to create dynamic, playful paintings. He was a prominent figure on the New York art scene throughout the 1960s and early 1970s. Using the surrounding influences of this vibrant scene as a catalyst, he developed a distinct style that straddled the lines between Op, Pop, Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism, and Color Field painting.
Tang, co-published with DelMonico Books / Prestel Publishing
Barbara Glauber / Heavy Meta
Editors and Authors
Ian Berry, Harry Cooper, and Barry Schwabsky