Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Philip Guston.

Gustons work moved from abstract expressionism in the late 1960's and settled on more representational style. In this body of work he created a lexicon of images such as Klansmen, lightbulbs, shoes, cigarettes, and clocks. The seem to speak of the world that surrounded him, but also they were symbols of that which was not present.

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