Talk:Albert Kotin

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 Definition (1907-1980) An early member of the New York School of Abstract Expressionist Artists. New York School Abstract Expressionism— represented by Jackson Pollock, Willem De Kooning, Franz Kline, and others— became the leading art movement of the postwar area. [d] [e]

Please help to improve this article . I don't know what about metadata requirement. This is a regular article. (Marika Herskovic 19:54, 7 April 2009 (UTC))

Thank you for your response. (Marika Herskovic)
Would you be able to let me know why is this article is not in the list of all articles'? Thank you. (Marika Herskovic 19:37, 7 April 2009 (UTC))
Sometimes the article needs to be edited (jogged with a minor edit) to get it to be seen in a category. This is due to the categories being placed by a template rather than manually. Chris Day 15:41, 13 April 2009 (UTC)
I'll be happy to contribute biographies of artists of the post-World War II era if you correct the one that I have just done on Albert Kotin. (Marika Herskovic 15:01, 13 April 2009 (UTC))
I just moved a few things to subpages. The biography might be better in a prose format rather than bullet points. i don't have time to start that right now. Chris Day 15:55, 13 April 2009 (UTC)
In my opinion the list of exhibitions are the most important part of the main article on an artist's career. Collections are many times misleading. Works are frequently sold by museums and collectors. It is possible to pursue details about an artist's life by looking at catalogs of exhibitions.(Marika Herskovic 18:33, 13 April 2009 (UTC))
This is fine with me if it is important to the article. At the moment I'm just trying to indicate some alternative options that are available. If you bring it back, some context to explain why the exhibits are useful for readers like me, that do not appreciate how such information can be used to gain insight on the topic, would be interesting. Chris Day 18:45, 13 April 2009 (UTC)