Louise Fishman, who gave abstract expressionism a new tone, dies at 82

Louise Fishman, a widely exhibited artist who infused her Abstract Expressionist paintings and other works with elements of feminism, gay, and Jewish identity, died in Manhattan on July 26. He was 82 years old. His wife, Ingrid Nyeboe, said the reason was complications from ablation, a heart surgery. Miss Fishman he continually explored new themes …

Olympics Begin with Abstract Images, Drones and Dance on NBC

The opening ceremony of the Olympics is always a real-time visual puzzle filled with abstract images and figurative dance that says something – I think – about global ideals and national character. But you didn’t need a decoder to reveal the symbolism of the measured competition that kickstarted the Tokyo Games. A video animation darted …