75 Reasons to Live: Ellen Arenson on Clyfford Still

Longtime SFMOMA docent Ellen Arenson speaks about Clyfford Still’s Untitled (1951-52). She evokes the artist’s working process and his belief in the intensely individual experience of viewing a painting as well as making a painting. His lack of titles for his works reflects his insistence on using “no crutches” to understand art, says Arenson.

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