$5,000 for the photography and supplies needed to document and archivally store the painter’s work, organized by estate executor Anne Tardos and assistant Thomas Hummel. Born in Chicago, Low began his artistic career as a composer before moving to New York in the early 1940s where he produced avant garde work alongside friends and associates such as John Cage, Robert Raushenberg, and La Monte Young. A founding member of the Fluxus movement, Low created an extradordinary body of textual and visual art that expanded the bounderies of poetry, music, painting and sculpture.
Estate of Jackson Mac Low
New York, NY