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Picasso’s Transformations
New York Review of Books

With numerous exhibitions and publications marking the fiftieth anniversary of Pablo Picasso’s death in 1973, 2023 has been a year to reconsider the most famous artist of the 20th century. Reviewing a number of these shows and books about the artist, Jed Perl laments that for all this attention and celebration, “Picasso, a titan among […]

Wayne Thiebaud: Interview
Apollo Magazine

Martin Gayford interviews painter Wayne Thiebaud on the occasion of Thiebaud’s recent exhibiton at White Cube, London. Thiebaud remarks: “‘I’d been working in food, washing dishes. That was my environment. I remember seeing pies laid out, processed food that I’d worked on, so I started painting these triangles and turning them into pies. I thought, […]

Wayne Thiebaud @ White Cube Mason’s Yard
Studio International

Matthew Rudman reviews Wayne Thiebaud: 1962 to 2017 at White Cube Mason’s Yard, London, on view through July 2, 2017. Rudman writes: “What this exhibition makes clear is not simply Thiebaud’s longevity, with works on show dating from 1962 to 2017, but the sustained quality, experimentation and sense of play in his output … Portraits […]

Rauschenberg: The Confidence Man of American Art
New York Review of Books

Jed Perl reviews Robert Rauschenberg recently on view at Tate Modern, London. The exhibition will be on view at the Museum of Modern Art, New York from May 21 – September 17, 2017, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art from November 4 – March 25, 2018. Perl writes: “The trouble with Robert Rauschenberg is that adventure and […]

Rosalyn Drexler: Varieties of Reclamation
Art in America

Raphael Rubinstein reviews Who Does She Think She Is? a retrospective of works by Rosalyn Drexler, recently on view at the Brandeis University’s Rose Art Museum. Rubinstein writes : “Although she never ceased to rely on preexisting images, Drexler described to [interviews Roberta] Fallon sometimes feeling ‘very guilty’ about building her paintings from ‘something not […]