Mark Rothko proved to be the ultimate outsider. He always painted alone; he retreated from the social realm, refused to participate in group exhibitions, insisted that his works have a room of their own.
Mark Rothko proved to be the ultimate outsider. He always painted alone; he retreated from the social realm, refused to participate in group exhibitions, insisted that his works have a room of their own. Courtesy photo
Mark Rothko proved to be the ultimate outsider. He always painted alone; he retreated from the social realm, refused to participate in group exhibitions, insisted that his works have a room of their own. Courtesy photo

Mark Rothko: The color of tragedy

May 15, 2016 07:51 AM