color chart


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color chart

A chart showing a systematic array of colors or their representations.
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Thus, for Richter, the housepainter's color chart (already rediscovered by Jim Dine in his Red Devil Color Charts of 1 963) pointed back to that lost dimension as much as it distanced itself from all the Utopian promises that abstract color had seemed poised to fulfill in the aftermath of World War T, and with which it had been reinvested with vehemence after World War II, when chromatic consolation was urged on spectators by Rothko et al.
The conversation I wanted between modernism and today is exactly reflected in these particular works through the medium of a Le Corbusier color chart.
For Eminent Domain, 1992, Ericson and Ziegler worked with the residents of a Chicago housing project to design a color chart with names that evoke the reality of public housing, from "HUD Cream" to "Homeless" (sky blue), "FHA Gingerbread" to "Scattered-Site Coral.