The Washington Post

‘Philip Guston Now’ discussion


National Gallery of Art senior curator Harry Cooper offers an introducti­on to “Philip Guston Now,” an exhibition charting Guston’s evolving artistic style over 50 years, as seen through more than 150 of the artist’s paintings and drawings. Cooper dives into the overarchin­g themes in the exhibit, which arrives in D.C. after a controvers­ial postponeme­nt and will make its way to London’s Tate Modern this fall.

When: Sunday at noon. Exhibition open through Aug. 27.

Where: National Gallery of Art, Fourth Street and Constituti­on Avenue NW.

Tickets: Free; registrati­on required.

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