|The show's poster, designed and printed by the painter Franz Kline.
|Study for Ninth Street, 1951, Franz Kline--one of the few works certain to have been in the show.
|60 East Ninth Street, New York, today.
|The Ninth Street Exhibition, photographed by Aaron Siskind.
Yes, that's a Jackson Pollock front and center. (Notice the bare lightbulb.)
|A sort of commencement ceremony for graduating seniors of the New York School.
|She Wolf, 1942, Jackson Pollock.
It's questionable as to whether this one was in the Ninth Street Show.
|New York's south of Fourteenth Street art
neighborhood during the 1940s and 50s.
The Cedar Tavern was near Eleventh Street.
|The moving history of New York's infamous Cedar Tavern.
|Some of the lesser-known members of the
Cedar Tavern gang, artists Charlotte Brooks, left,
Jack Tworkov, Mercedes Matter, and James Brooks.