Posts Tagged ‘Philip Guston’

Paw at Arcade Fine Arts

Pat O'Connor. Savant, 2015; gouache, acrylic and pen on paper, framed; 23 x 21cm. Courtesy of the Artist and Arcade Fine Arts, London.

The very idea that the plastic arts could provide a surface for human expression stands on the belief that an artist’s physical actions include elements both conscious and unconscious, and therefore expressive. On a paper or canvas, or in any matter able to preserve a human trace, the psychic interior of a person could be made visible through marks animated by thought and spirit and[…..]

Yes, but: Rebellion after Guston and Clemenza

Rise of Rebellion: DailyServing’s latest week-long series As we continue our week long series Rise of Rebellion, we take a look at the cyclical nature of conflict and growth through the work of Philip Guston and the wisdom of Peter Clemenza in our latest article by Andrew Tosiello. To be perfectly honest, I’m probably the last person who should be writing about rebellion. Not only[…..]