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The 29 Art Exhibitions We Can’t Wait to See This Year

Alice Trumbull Mason at Washburn

Overlooked in the canon of art history, Mason was a leader in the boys’ club of abstract art in the New York art world during the 1930s to ’60s. Ad Reinhardt said in the early ’60s that “were it not for Alice Trumbull Mason, we [the abstract painters] would not be here, nor in such force.” Mason also stars in The Whitney’s all-women group show, “Labyrinth of Forms: Women and Abstraction, 1930–1950,” on view through March. Through January 22.