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Resilience: Philip Guston in 1971

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Published on the occasion of an exhibition of the artist’s works from 1971 at Hauser
 & Wirth Los Angeles, ‘Resilience: Philip Guston in 1971’ presents an essay authored by Musa Mayer, Guston’s daughter, that offers an intimate view of her father’s state of mind during 1971 — a year defined by the artist’s stalwart resilience and creative reinvention.

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Language

English

Publisher

Hauser & Wirth Publishers

Composition

Flexicover

Contributors

Mark Gisbourne

Pages

188 pages

Size

23 x 28.5 cm

ISBN

9783906915470

Publication Date

Oct-19

The Artist

PHILIP GUSTON

Philip Guston (1913 – 1980) is one of the great luminaries of twentieth-century art. His commitment to producing work from genuine emotion and lived experience ensures its enduring impact. Guston’s legendary career spanned a half century, from 1930 to 1980. His paintings – particularly the liberated and instinctual forms of his late work – continue to exert a powerful influence on younger generations of contemporary painters.

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