Pollock's work may be the star of the Abstract Expressionist New York show at the AGO but all the other usual suspects are there too. Many of the Rothko pieces were rather dark and moodily-lit so weren't good subjects for a pic but this one glowed quite nicely. It is titled "No. 5/No. 22" from 1950 and seems to go against Rothko's quote - "I am interested in expressing the big emotions - tragedy, ecstasy, doom" - with it's cheerful colours.
After the tragedy in Norway perhaps a darker one would be more appropriate. Good thoughts to everyone there.