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In a Political Nemesis, Philip Guston Found His Greatest Muse

by Bradley Rubenstein
Although this exhibition of Philip Guston’s archly satirical drawings of Richard Nixon was conceived long before last week’s election, it could not have opened at a more opportune moment to illustrate Karl Marx’s adage that “history repeats itself, first as tragedy then as farce.” Hauser & Wirth has assembled selections of Guston’s Nixon drawings, a series that the artist worked on over a period of several years when faced with a tumultuous personal and artistic crisis—changing his style... [more]
Posted by Bradley Rubenstein on 11/15/16
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