McGlone, Peggy. "Citing Klan and lynching images, NGA and 3 other museums postpone major Guston exhibition." Washington Post, September 25, 2020. Online.
Artlyst. "International Philip Guston Exhibition Postponed Over Anti-KKK Imagery." 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.
ABC (Madrid). "Cuatro grandes museos «censuran» una exposición de Philip Guston que incluía imágenes del Ku Klux Klan." September 26, 2020. Online.
Reichert, Kolja. "Die Ängstlichkeit der Museen." Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Frankfurt am Main), September 26, 2020. Online.
Jacobs, Julia and Jason Farago. "The Delay of a Retrospective Has Divided the Art World." New York Times, September 26, 2020, pp. C1-C2.
Giuliano, Charles. "Philip Guston Now to Not Now: What He Meant to Boston Artists." Berkshire Fine Arts, September 26, 2020. Online.
Blay, Christopher. "'Cowardly and Patronizing': Responses to Postponement of Philip Guston Retrospective." Glasstire (Texas), September 27, 2020. Online.
Helmore, Edward. "Sense or censorship? Row over Klan images in Tate's postponed show." Guardian, September 27, 2020. Online.
Artfix Daily. "The Very Timely Philip Guston Retrospective Will Be Postponed For 4 Years." September 27, 2020. Online.
Smee, Sebastian. "In postponing Guston exhibition, the National Gallery and three other museums have made a terrible mistake." Washington Post, September 27, 2020. Online.
Herman, David. "Cancelling Philip Guston." The Article, September 27, 2020. Online.
Simeone, Mario Francesco. "La Tate Modern cancella la mostra di Philip Guston per paura delle critiche." Exibart, September 28, 2020. Online.
Nastro, Santa. "Rimandata Philip Guston: Now al 2024. Incriminate le figure che evocano il KKK nei dipinti." Artribune (Rome), September 28, 2020. Online.
Lorch, Catrin. "Mützenmänner." Süddeutsche Zeitung (Munich), September 28, 2020. Online.
Luke, Ben. "Philip Guston's KKK paintings 'are not asleep--they're woke': catalogue contradicts museum statement controversially halting show." Art Newspaper, September 28, 2020. Online.
Monopol (Berlin). "Ku-Klux-Klan-Bilder: Verschiebung von Philip-Guston-Schau sorgt für Aufruhr." September 28, 2020.
Emelife, Aindrea. "Philip Guston's KKK images force us to stare evil in the face--we need art like this." Guardian, September 28, 2020. Online.
Schneider, Tim. "The Gray Market: Why the Delay of 'Philip Guston Now' Will Backfire on the Entire Culture Sector (and Other Insights)." artnet News, September 28, 2020. Online.
Laari, Susanna. "Huppupäiset Ku Klux Klan -hahmot olivat liikaa: Merkittävät taidemuseot siirsivät juutalaistaiteilija Philip Gustonin odotettua näyttelyä, koska pelkäävät, että teokset lietsovat rotumellakoita." Helsingin Sanomat (Helsinki), September 28, 2020. Online.
Greenberger, Alex. "Controversial Philip Guston Show Postponement Met with Shock and Anger from the Art Community." ARTnews, September 28, 2020. Online.
Azimi, Roxana. "Philip Guston, peintre antiraciste, privé d'exposition." Le Monde (Paris), September 29, 2020.
Montgomery, Mimi. "The Art World is Riled Up Over the Abrupt Postponement of a National Gallery Show That Would Have Featured KKK Imagery." Washingtonian, September 29, 2020. Online.
Davis-Marks, Isis. "Understanding the Controversy Over Postponed Exhibition Featuring KKK Imagery: A major Philip Guston retrospective scheduled to travel to D.C., London, Houston and Boston will now take place in 2024.", September 29, 2020. Online.