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On the Cusp of Postmodernism

Ejay Weiss. View from Richmond, England, 1967. Pastel on paper. 12” × 16”. Courtesy of The Estate of Ejay Weiss.

Ejay Weiss became an overnight success in 1967 with his first solo exhibition, “New Landscapes,” at the Oeste Gallery. Kim Levin wrote a review for the Summer issue of ARTnews and described these early compositions as, “ovoid cave-like areas that contain embryonic landscape or cityscape; the surrounding canvas fades away in a pale haze. The effect is less contrived when he makes a strip of these landscape caves, creating a reference to…

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