Why Jackson Pollock is so Overrated

Jackson Pollock is a divisive figure in the world of fine art. Some people love him. Others think he just threw paint on canvas — and they wouldn't be totally wrong. But Pollock's rise to fame might have as much to do with a tie salesman-turned-art critic by the name of Clement Greenberg who championed Pollock and other American Modern artists into the stratosphere of the art world.

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