Still trafficking in the thin washes for which she became famous, the artist now paints on warm toned wood panels. Madame Butterfly, 2000, is an uncommonly beautiful and lyrical abstraction. With chalky whites, traces of Yves Klein blue, electric fuchsias, and muted golds, Frankenthaler demonstrates that she can still (no spring chicken, she) paint organic, non conceptual abstraction as well as, if not better than any point in her career.
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Although they live with these constant reminders of their own mortality, the Huangs aren’t particularly morbid. In the tiny hamlet of Pinghan, nestled deep among a stand of limestone hills in a remote region of southwestern China, locals honor an old, national tradition of buying a coffin at the age of 61. Most of the locals get many decades of workaday use out of their sarcophagi before pressing them into service as eternal resting places.