There will be a review soon but till then take in some links.
Tyler Green considers how the fact that 60% of MoMA's visitors are from over seas is driving up their very high $25 admissions fee
Photographing a Ken Price retrospective is fascinating
. It reminds me how in many ways the images generated for a retrospective are one of the most important components of any survey. They become the perspective of the catalog.
Peter Blake chooses his list of 10 best paintings
My list would have some similarities (here's my list in no particular order of importance & off the top of my head):
Clyfford Still's, '1957-J-No. 2', 1957 (this is my personal fave if I were forced to pick... it has elements of everything else on the list)
Paul Klee's Ad Parnassum
Velazquesz's Las Mininas
Rembrandt's self portraits... any
any of Ellsworth Kelly's curves
Goya's Black Paintings
Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon
Matisse's The Red Studio
Jackson Pollock's Lucifer
Andy Warhol's Sixteen Jackies
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