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An image from the Bruce High Quality Foundation lecture, "Explaining Pictures to a Dead Bull," showing the influential post-war art critic Clement Greenberg, posed in front of a Color Field painting whose detail resembles the Nike Swoosh
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by Mary Rinebold

On one of the last days of July at New York’s Harris Lieberman Gallery, the Bruce High Quality Foundation -- a five-year-old art collective of anonymous members, apparently a handful of young men -- presented a lecture and slideshow with the catchy title, "Explaining Pictures to a Dead Bull." The lecture was the final event in a show titled "No Bees, No Blueberries," organized at the gallery by Sarina Basta and Tyler Coburn.