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QUICK MAGAZINE usually didn't concern itself with the goings-on in the NY art world, but when the abstract expressionist painter Robert Motherwell (1915 1991) strayed from the standard-issue art supply tools and used a reflective fabric called Scotchlite in the creation of a 12 foot, three-paneled mural - the editors thought it was news.

Overtime, the work, titled MURAL FRAGMENT (1950), generated some controversy (it should be noted that the dust-up had nothing to do with the Scotchlite). Today it is part of the permanent collection of The Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

     


Resourceful Robert Motherwell (Quick Magazine, 1951)

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