Stocchi, Francesco. "Così anche l'arte (libera) s'è messa paura." Il Foglio (Rome), September 29, 2020. Online.
Azimi, Roxana. "Philip Guston, peintre antiraciste, privé d'exposition." Le Monde (Paris), September 29, 2020.
Ribbens, Arjen. "Kritiek op uitstel Guston-expositie om Ku Klux Klan-figuren." NRC Handelsblad (Amsterdam), September 29, 2020. Online.
Padtberg, Carola. "Zu langsam für die Gegenwart." Der Spiegel (Hamburg), September 29, 2020, section Kultur. 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." Smithsonianmag.com, September 29, 2020. Online.
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.
Fiedler, Alice. "Polémique après le report d'une vaste rétrospective de Philip Guston." Le Journal des Arts (Paris), September 30, 2020. Online.
Sindici, Fabio. "Philip Guston, la paura dell'incappucciato." La Stampa (Turin), September 30, 2020. Online.
Artforum. "Hundreds in Art World Sign Letter Urging Restoration of Postponed Philip Guston Exhibition." September 30, 2020. Online.
Aaronovitch, David. "The Tate is guilty of cowardly self-censorship: Postponing a show by an artist whose subjects included racism and the Ku Klux Klan is both ill-judged and patronising." Times (London), September 30, 2020. Online.
Greenberger, Alex. "Philip Guston's KKK Paintings: Why an Abstract Painter Returned to Figuration to Confront Racism." ARTnews, September 30, 2020. Online.
Gibson, Eric. "Going, Going, Guston." Wall Street Journal, September 30, 2020. Online.
Dafoe, Taylor. "Nicole Eisenman, Martin Puryear, and 100 Other Artists and Intellectuals Call on Museums to Reinstate the Postponed Philip Guston Retrospective." artnet News, September 30, 2020. Online.
Farago, Jason. "The Philip Guston Show Should Be Reinstated." New York Times, September 30, 2020. Online.
Dumont, Etienne. "Par peur d'accusations de racisme, quatre musées renoncent à Philip Guston." Bilan (Geneva), September 30, 2020. Online.
Saltz, Jerry. "4 Museums Decided This Work Shouldn't Be Shown. They're Both Right and Wrong. Fear postponed a Philip Guston retrospective. A reckoning must follow." Vulture, October 1, 2020. Online.
Smee, Sebastian. "Ford Foundation's president is apologizing for the wrong thing." Washington Post, October 1, 2020. Online.
Harvey, Chris. "Art galleries shouldn't be afraid of 'evil' symbols – the public don't need nannying: Tate's 'postponement' of a major Philip Guston show is astonishing. To depict hate is not to endorse it, and viewers are not fools." Telegraph (London), October 1, 2020. Online.
Harris, Gareth. "'They fear controversy': open letter condemning museums for delaying Guston show signed by 100 artists and intellectuals." Art Newspaper, October 1, 2020. Online.
Vartanian, Hrag. "National Gallery of Art Director Discusses the Decision to Delay the Philip Guston Exhibition." Hyperallergic, October 1, 2020. Podcast.
Farago, Jason. "Museums Fail to Meet A Moment." New York Times, October 1, 2020, pp. C1-C2.
Braine, Theresa. "Artists slam decision to postpone Philip Guston art exhibit containing KKK images as commentary on racial injustice." New York Daily News, October 1, 2020. Online.
Woeller, Marcus. "Diese Klan-Kapuzen zwingen vier große Museen zum Offenbarungseid." Die Welt (Berlin), October 1, 2020. Online.
Rivista Studio (Milan). "Perché il rinvio della grande mostra di Philip Guston sta facendo litigare il mondo dell'arte." circa October 2020. Online.