Hard-Edgeness in American Abstract Painting

Robert C. Morgan notes a re-emergence of hard-edge abstract painting.  "Based on a few recent exhibitions in New York," he writes, "it would appear that traces of both the large and the modest variety of this hard-edge approach to painting are reappearing in a variety of forms."  Morgan looks at work from artists such as Harvey Quaytman, Charles Hinman, Tadasky, and Laurie Fendrich among others.