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Power Boothe Painting on Display at Wadsworth Atheneum
A painting by Power Boothe, professor of painting and former dean of the Hartford Art School, is on display at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art as part of a new installation.
The painting, titled Red Line, Gray Drift, is part of a new exhibition of works from the museum's collection of contemporary art. The gallery's thematic title is "The Minimalist Aesthetic" and includes works by Byron Kim, Tara Donovan, Martin Puryear, Robert Morris, and Robert Ryman.
"All of the artists engage with minimalism, but the works share a 'sensuality' not generally associated with the movement," said curator Patricia Hickson.
Boothe's painting is one of three new acquisitions in the exhibit. The works' dates span 40 years, from the mid-1960s to the mid-2000s. The installation will be up for the next six months.