Philip Guston

Visual Arts Commentary: Philip Guston and the Impossibility of Art Criticism

May 3, 2022
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While it’s too soon to call it timeless, the vitality in Philip Guston’s art has proved durable. But the structure around it – the “art world” in its blinkered, stultified form, institutional and academic in the worst senses of those words – has died and encased it.

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Visual Arts Feature: Me and Philip Guston

January 30, 2012
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Our discussions always took the same turn. Philip Guston attempted to convince me that artists like Piero della Francesca and the cave painters of Lascaux were in the first place abstractionists.

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