Revolutions often start with a shocking moment or a dramatic gesture, and when David Park backed his car up to the city dump in Berkeley, California, in 1950, maybe that's what he had in mind.
Barbara Steinberg new collection of abstract paintings are solid, mature, yet strangely fluid. Her over 50 years of constant exploration in different media has succeeded in developing a language with reminiscences to L'Art Informel
Abstract painters on both sides of the Atlantic have laboured for 50 years under the suffocating authority of one art critic, Clement Greenberg. Tate St Ives and the University of Warwick are staging a fight back with The Indiscipline of Painting currently showing at the Tate's Cornish outpost.