Major Philip Guston Exhibition Postponed

The four organizing institutions of Philip Guston Now – the National Gallery of Art, Washington, Tate Modern, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston – have announced a new schedule for the exhibition’s tour in response to COVID-19.

The retrospective will be presented at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, from May 1, 2022, to September 11, 2022; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, from October 23, 2022, to January 15, 2023; the National Gallery of Art, Washington, from February 26, 2023, to August 27, 2023; and Tate Modern from October 3, 2023, to February 4, 2024.

Philip Guston was a Canadian-American artist who worked in various branches of the figurative arts. He was part of the first generation of Abstract Expressionists and later embraced neo-expressionism, creating cartoonish renderings of various personal objects, symbols and situations.

Philip Guston Now aims to be the first major retrospective of the artist’s work in over 15 years, presenting a balanced view of his 50-year career.

Written by Matt Micucci

I'm an international journalist, reporter, website editor and content creator. I actively work for JAZZIZ Magazine and FRED Film Radio, collaborate with other websites and curate my own projects, including IN ARTE MATT and CineCola. I have also curated and produced my series of films in Galway, Ireland, and photo exhibition and arts events in various European countries. I have a working class background and have and have a postgrad degree in Film Theory + a BA in Film & TV.

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