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Artforum International
Project: Lucas Samaras; The art of Philip Guston; Jasmine Sanders on the Black Romantic; Suzanne Hudson on the art of Deborah Remington; Openings: Hari Nef on Nash Glynn; Benjamin H. D. Buchloh on Herman Daled;
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Lucas Samaras

Project: Lucas Samaras

“Samaras has created one of the great projects of quarantine: hundreds of empyreal images of a rapidly expanding universe of outlanders.” —David Velasco

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Spruth Magers Spotlight

THIS MONTH IN ARTFORUM

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Philip Guston

The art of Philip Guston

This past September, the directors of four institutions issued an unprecedented statement postponing “Philip Guston Now,” a major traveling retrospective that had been years in the making. The outrage and debate that followed only reinforced Guston’s status as an artist whose work cuts to the heart of issues that continue to animate the art world today. On the occasion of this show-that-isn’t, Artforum invited a group of contributors—Dan Nadel, Robert Slifkin, Sarah K. Rich, Chris Ofili, and Trenton Doyle Hancock—to consider Guston’s oeuvre.

“Guston would often refer to creation from a void, to pigment as life-giving.” —Dan Nadel

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“Guston was a tortured aesthete, someone who felt torn between his commitment to artistic freedom and social justice—a position, I’d venture, that is shared by many artists and critics today.”
—Robert Slifkin

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PLUS:

Jasmine Sanders on the Black Romantic

Suzanne Hudson on the art of Deborah Remington

Openings: Hari Nef on Nash Glynn

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COLUMNS

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Herman Daled

Benjamin H. D. Buchloh on Herman Daled

“Daled endorsed all the challenges with which artists of the 1968 generation confronted traditional forms of artistic production and cultural reception.”

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PLUS:

J. Hoberman on Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver’s Cinematic Illumination

Lizzie Homersham on Michael Clark

Amanda Sarroff on “Risquons-Tout

Torrey Peters shares her Top Ten

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Gavlak Spotlight

REVIEWS

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Art Club2000

Domenick Ammirati on ART CLUB2000, Molly Warnock on Moira Dryer, plus more from New York, Chicago, Saint Louis, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Bogotá, São Paulo, London, Hull, Barcelona, Rome, Milan, Vienna, Düsseldorf, Brussels, Antwerp, Stockholm, Warsaw, Cape Town, Dubai, Singapore, Manila, and Sydney

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Cover: Lucas Samaras, Untitled, 2008–20, ink-jet print, 14 × 14". From the “GESTURES” series, 2008–20.

From top: Lucas Samaras, Untitled (detail), 2008–20, ink-jet print, 14 × 14". From the “GESTURES” series, 2008–20. Philip Guston, Courtroom, 1970, oil on canvas, 5' 7" × 10' 9". © The Estate of Philip Guston. Joachim Olender, La collection qui n’existait pas (The Collection That Doesn’t Exist), 2014, HD video, color, sound, 93 minutes. Herman Daled. View of “ART CLUB2000: Selected Works 1992–1999,” 2020–21, Artists Space, New York. Reinstallation of “Commingle,” 1993. Photo: Filip Wolak.

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