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A painting by Helen Frankenthaler '49 is included in the "Expanding Abstraction" exhibition currently on view at the deCordova Scuplture Park and Museum, in Lincoln, MA, through September 17. 

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A new show at Usdan Gallery opens June 28. Vital Curiosity draws connections with other exhibitions in the region this summer, and marks the arrival of a new director and curator for the gallery.

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Two exhibitions of works by Helen Frankenthaler ’49 are at the center of a joint initiative launched by several regional arts organizations aimed at raising the profile of the area’s rich visual and performing arts legacy. 

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A new exhibition of the later works of Helen Frankenthaler '49 opened today at the Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills. The show, titled Line Into Color, Color Into Line and curated by John Elderfield, includes "works where the painter was exploring the division between drawing and painting." It will run until October 29. 

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The entire Bennington community mourns the loss of Helen Frankenthaler ’49, one of the most influential figures in contemporary American art and a former Bennington trustee, who died on December 27, at the age of 83.

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On view through September 3 at Bennington’s Usdan Gallery are iconic abstract works from the College’s Collection, including works by David Smith, Helen Frankenthaler ‘49, Larry Poons, Pat Adams, Hans Hofmann, Pat Adams, and other influential figures. The exhibition includes a sculpture by Sir Anthony Caro, on view for the first time ever, which was created using David Smith’s metal after his death.

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The fashion house is displaying two of Helen Frankenthaler’s paintings as acknowledgement of the artist’s influence on the current collection and announced it would donate 15% of a week’s sales to the Foundation’s scholarship fund at Bennington.

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Bennington College announced today that it has received a $5 million gift from the New York City–based Helen Frankenthaler Foundation to support all aspects of Bennington’s visual arts program. The gift, the Foundation’s largest single grant to date, will establish the Helen Frankenthaler Fund for the Visual Arts. In a ceremony on April 12, 2015, the College will name the visual arts wing of its 120,000-square-foot arts facility the Helen Frankenthaler Visual Arts Center, in honor of and tribute to a remarkable Bennington alumna.

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The international fashion house Proenza Schouler is displaying two of Helen Frankenthaler’s paintings at its flagship location in New York City to acknowledge the artist’s influence on its current collection. The label will donate 15 percent of a week’s sales to the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation’s scholarship fund at Bennington.