The Easel

Clyfford Still’s daughter curated his latest exhibit, and she has a lot of opinions on how to remember him

Still thought his art was beyond heroic. But what did it mean? He rejected suggestions that landscapes were part of his intended narrative. An exhibition curated by Still’s daughter brings a fresh emphasis on key works – those “marked by warm golds and organic browns”.  The reviewer, though, returns to a familiar question: “What do those stories say? Well, she isn’t exactly sure.”