When Willem de Kooning heard of Jackson Pollock&rsquo;s death, he celebrated: &ldquo;I&rsquo;m number one.&rdquo; Why do some <strong>artistic relationships</strong> nourish artists, while others tear them apart?

When Willem de Kooning heard of Jackson Pollock&amp;rsquo;s death, he celebrated: &amp;ldquo;I&amp;rsquo;m number one.&amp;rdquo; Why do some artistic relationships nourish artists, while others tear them
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When Willem de Kooning heard of Jackson Pollock’s death, he celebrated: “I’m number one.” Why do some artistic relationships nourish artists, while others tear them apart?

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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