One evening in June at the Cedar Tavern in 1956, a drunken Jackson Pollock pulled Franz Kline by the hair off his bar stool, and Kline responded by punching Pollock in the stomach, doubling him over. Just another night in the art world.
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Jealousy and envy are part of the art world, because of the uneven and sometimes unfair way that the art world hands out its favors.
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