Philip Guston Now

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A sweeping retrospective of Philip Guston’s influential work, from Depression-era muralist to abstract expressionist to tragicomic contemporary master. Published to accompany the first retrospective museum exhibition of Guston’s career in over 15 years, this publication includes a lead essay by Harry Cooper surveying Guston's life and work, and a definitive chronology reflecting many new discoveries.It also highlights the voices of artists of our day who have been inspired by the full range of his work: Tacita Dean, Peter Fischli, Trenton Doyle Hancock, William Kentridge, Glenn Ligon, David Reed, Dana Schutz, Amy Sillman, Art Spiegelman and Rirkrit Tiravanija. Thematic essays by co-curators Mark Godfrey, Alison de Lima Greene and Kate Nesin trace the influences, interests and evolution of this singular force in modern and contemporary art—including several perspectives on the 1960s and ’70s, when Guston gradually abandoned abstraction, returning to the figure and to current history but with a personal voice, by turns comic and apocalyptic, that resonates today more than ever.
ISBN 9781942884569. D.A.P./National Gallery of Art.
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A sweeping retrospective of Philip Guston’s influential work, from Depression-era muralist to abstract expressionist to tragicomic contemporary master. Published to accompany the first retrospective museum exhibition of Guston’s career in over 15 years, this publication includes a lead essay by Harry Cooper surveying Guston's life and work, and a definitive chronology reflecting many new discoveries.It also highlights the voices of artists of our day who have been inspired by the full range of his work: Tacita Dean, Peter Fischli, Trenton Doyle Hancock, William Kentridge, Glenn Ligon, David Reed, Dana Schutz, Amy Sillman, Art Spiegelman and Rirkrit Tiravanija. Thematic essays by co-curators Mark Godfrey, Alison de Lima Greene and Kate Nesin trace the influences, interests and evolution of this singular force in modern and contemporary art—including several perspectives on the 1960s and ’70s, when Guston gradually abandoned abstraction, returning to the figure and to current history but with a personal voice, by turns comic and apocalyptic, that resonates today more than ever.
  • Author
    Guston, Philip
  • Publisher
    D.A.P./National Gallery of Art
  • Release
    July 2020
  • Binding
    hb
  • Format
    288 pages, 275 ills. 29.2 x 24.1 cm
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    o/s due 25/7/20 and more due 28/8/20 & more 20/9/20sea
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