2020-2029

Somewhere (London). "Philip Guston online exhibition at Hauser & Wirth." July 24, 2020. Online.
da Silva, José. "Extract: Philip Guston's fascination with the 'funnies' was key to developing his distinctive later style." Art Newspaper, July 31, 2020. Online.
Mayer, Musa. "Musa Mayer Reflects on Paintings by Father Philip Guston and the Lessons that Endure." Cultured, July 31, 2020. Online.
Reid, Hilary. "This Exhibit of Philip Guston's 1970s Art Might Help You Cope Today." Vulture, July 31, 2020. Online.
Scovell, Lucy. "Philip Guston exhibition, Tate Modern." Culture Whisper (London), August 4, 2020. Online.
Trang Ps. "Danh họa Philip Guston: Từ lối vẽ hình tượng đến trừu tượng và ngược lại." Luxio (Ho Chi Minh City), August 7, 2020. Online.
Russeth, Andrew. "Why Saving the USPS Means Saving Iconic American Art." Architectural Digest, August 14, 2020. Online.
Prakash, Anusha. "In the end, what will endure?" Arts Illustrated (India), August 17, 2020. Online.
MacAdam, Barbara. "Philip Guston" Brooklyn Rail, September 2020, p. 85.
MacAdam, Barbara. "Philip Guston: What Endures." Brooklyn Rail, September 2020. Online.
Baker, Kenneth. "Paintings you couldn't count money in front of: The life and unsteady career of the non-conformist American artist, Philip Guston." Art Newspaper, September 2020, p. 51.
Smee, Sebastian. "Anger at Donald Trump may turn great artists into political cartoonists. It's happened before." Washington Post, September 4, 2020. Online.
Baker, Kenneth. "New biography highlights how Philip Guston risked his art-world standing and livelihood." Art Newspaper, September 10, 2020. Online.
Jamieson, Teddy. "Portfolio: The Studio, Philip Guston, 1969." The Herald (Glasgow), September 19, 2020. Online.
Mirza, Quddus. "Black in Bombay." The News on Sunday (Pakistan), September 20, 2020. Online.
Storr, Robert. "Philip Guston drew Richard Nixon's face as a hairy scrotum and phallus--what would he make of President Trump?" Art Newspaper, September 24, 2020. Online.
Greenberger, Alex. "Philip Guston Blockbuster Pushed Back to 2024 Amid Concerns Over KKK Imagery." ARTnews, September 24, 2020. Online.
Jacobs, Julia. "Philip Guston Blockbuster Show Postponed by Four Museums." New York Times, September 24, 2020. Online.
Harris, Gareth. "Critics, scholars--and even museum's own curator--condemn decision to postpone Philip Guston show over Ku Klux Klan imagery." Art Newspaper, September 25, 2020. Online.
ARTnews. "Critics Slam Decision to Postpone Philip Guston Show Until 2024, Robert Bechtle Has Died and More: Morning Links from September 25, 2020." September 25, 2020. Online.
Cascone, Sarah. "Philip Guston's Daughter and Other Critics Speak Out Against Four Museums' Decision to Postpone a Major Retrospective on the Artist." artnet News, September 25, 2020. Online.
Artlyst. "International Philip Guston Exhibition Postponed Over Anti-KKK Imagery." September 25, 2020. Online.
Holmes, Helen. "A Philip Guston Retrospective Has Been Pushed to 2024, and the Art World Is Incensed." Observer (London), September 25, 2020. Online.
Kamp, Justin. "A Philip Guston retrospective was delayed until 2024 due to concerns about its content." Artsy, September 25, 2020. Online.