Sat 23 Nov 2019, 11 am – Sun 24 Nov 2019, 6 pm
Join us for a weekend-long screening of ‘Philip Guston: A Life Lived’ on the occasion of the first solo Los Angeles exhibition in over half a century dedicated to American artist Philip Guston, ‘Resilience: Philip Guston in 1971.’
In this documentary film directed by Michael Blackwood and produced in 1981, the artist speaks candidly about the philosophy of his painting and the psychological motivations for his work.
‘Philip Guston: A Life Lived’
Directed by Michael Blackwood
This drop-in event is free and the film will play on a loop throughout the day on
Saturday 23 November and Sunday 24 November in Hauser & Wirth’s Education Loft.
About Philip Guston
Philip Guston (1913 – 1980) is one of the great luminaries of twentieth-century art. His commitment to producing work from genuine emotion and lived experience ensures its enduring impact.
Guston’s legendary career spanned a half century, from 1930 to 1980. His paintings – particularly the liberated and instinctual forms of his late work – continue to exert a powerful influence on younger generations of contemporary painters.