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Published on Aug 7, 2010
The Cedar Tavern was a bar favored by the varied artists who came to be known in the 1950's as Abstract Expressionists. Many long nights, this one pumped up by their serious drinking, frequently dissolved into rants on the war between artists and the art establishments. This one is set off by art critic Clement Greenberg's presence and his lofty pronouncements to De Kooning about Pollock's being the greater artist.