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Motherwell in East Hampton

Yeah, I know, an art story. But such a great show, I thought I'd let everyone know about it. Motherwell moved to East Hampton in 1945. He was the son of a banker and had always had a beach house on the West Coast. And when he traveled Pollock borrowed the house. And then deKooning was staying across the street at Leo Castelli's. And soon a number of the abstract expressionists were living in East Hampton. The show at Guild Hall. . . for AD
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