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Close has been represented by The Pace Gallery (in New York City) since ... Already in 1999, Close's Cindy II (1988), a portrait of the ...

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Chuck Close (b. 1940, Monroe, Washington) is renowned for his innovative conceptual portraiture. He began creating photorealist portraits from photographs in ...

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Chuck Close's methodical, system-driven portraits are inseparable from his own daily reckoning with the body's own vulnerable, material condition.

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Find the best of Chuck Close including his biography, paintings & prints for sale, shows and articles on Artsy. Chuck Close reinvented painting with his ...

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Sep 16, 2013 ... If it is true that any good new idea must first be mocked before it can be understood, Chuck Close's early reception would prove propitious. Art ...

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Find artworks for sale and information related to Chuck Close (American, 1940) on artnet. Browse gallery artworks, auctions, art events, biography details, news,  ...

www.sfmoma.org/chuck-close-on-why-painting-portraits-was-the-dumbest-thing-to-do

Artist Chuck Close describes why he chose to paint portraits in the 1960s, when it was "the dumbest thing to do." Artist Interviews. Sean McFarland: Landscape ...

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Official Chuck Close website. © 2014–2016 Chuck Close. All Rights Reserved. Unless otherwise noted, all artwork reproduced courtesy the artist, Pace Prints, ...

www.nytimes.com/2016/07/17/magazine/the-mysterious-metamorphosis-of-chuck-close.html

Jul 13, 2016 ... The legendary artist has radically upended his distinctive style of portraiture — and his entire life. Why?