The Guston Foundation, ed. Catalogue Raisonné. Online resource [gustoncrllc.org/home/catalogue_raisonne], 2013 (ongoing), no. P69.120, ill. (color).
Robert Slifkin. Out of Time: Philip Guston and the Refiguration of Postwar American Art. Berkeley, 2013, colorpl. 15.
Craig Burnett. Philip Guston: The Studio. London, 2014, pp. 14, 67, colorpl. 4.
Musa Mayer. Night Studio: A Memoir of Philip Guston. 2nd ed. (1st ed., 1988). Zurich, 2016, fig. 84 (color).
Anthony Brandt and David Eagleman. The Runaway Species: How Human Creativity Remakes the World. New York, 2017, ill. p. 141 (color).
Eduard Fernandez. "Philip Guston exhibition in Hong Kong, narrated by his daughter, looks at his abstract and figurative works." South China Morning Post (June 21, 2018), p. 13, ill. (color).
HG Masters. "A Painter's Forms: Interview with Musa Mayer." artasiapacific.com. June 27, 2018.
"Top Hong Kong Art Shows this Week: Philip Guston to Leo Villareal." blouinartinfo.com. August 16, 2018, ill. (color).
Jerry Saltz. "How to Be an Artist." New York (November 26–December 9, 2018), p. 32, ill. (color).
Elly Thomas. Play and the Artist's Creative Process. New York, 2019, fig. 6.3.
Robert Storr. Philip Guston: A Life Spent Painting. London, 2020, ill. p. 319 (installation view).
Chris Harvey. "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.co.uk. October 1, 2020, ill. (color).
J.J. Charlesworth. "Philip Guston's KKK Paintings Must Be Shown - But Not as Pawns in the Culture Wars." artreview.com. October 2, 2020, ill. (color).
Malcolm Gay. "After backlash, MFA director vows to 'get this right' with Philip Guston show." bostonglobe.com. November 5, 2020, ill. (color).
Peggy McGlone. "Citing Klan and lynching images, NGA and 3 other museums postpone major Guston exhibition." washingtonpost.com. September 25, 2020, ill. (color, installation view).
Edward Helmore. "Sense or censorship? Row over Klan images in Tate’s postponed show." theguardian.com. September 27, 2020, ill. (color, installation view).
Sebastian Smee. "In postponing Guston exhibition, the National Gallery and three other museums have made a terrible mistake." washingtonpost.com. September 27, 2020, ill. (color, installation view).
Aindrea Emelife. "Philip Guston's KKK images force us to stare evil in the face – we need art like this." theguardian.com (September 28, 2020), ill. (color).
Alex Greenberger. "Controversial Philip Guston Show Postponement Met with Shock and Anger from Art Community." artnews.com. September 28, 2020, ill. (color).
Isis Davis-Marks. "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, ill. (color, installation view).
Sebastian Smee. "A Stunningly Misguided Decision by Four Museums." Washington Post (September 29, 2020), pp. C1–C2, ill. (color, installation view).
Sebastian Smee. "Ford Foundation’s president is apologizing for the wrong thing." washingtonpost.com. October 1, 2020, ill. (color, installation photo).
Oscar Holland. "Artists slam decision to postpone exhibition of Philip Guston's KKK paintings." cnn.com/style (October 1, 2020), ill. (color, installation view).
Alexander Adams. "By postponing an exhibition featuring paintings of KKK figures, senseless censors are devaluing art." rt.com. October 1, 2020, ill. (color).
Terence Trouillot. "Artists Speak against the Postponement of 'Philip Guston Now'." frieze.com. October 2, 2020, ill. (color, detail).
Jake Marmer. "The Artist Formerly Known as Guston." tabletmag.com. October 2, 2020, ill. (color).
Kate Taylor. "Philip Guston's satirical KKK paintings are a hard sell for museums in the age of social media." theglobeandmail.com. October 6, 2020, ill. (color, installation view).
Robert Armstrong. "Philip Guston and the case for dangerous art." ft.com. October 8, 2020, ill. (color).
Ben Davis. "The Strongest Reactions to the Philip Guston Show’s Postponement Miss Two Key Points. Here’s What They Are—and Why They Matter." news.artnet.com. October 15, 2020, ill. (color, installation view).
Karan. "Art Community Backlash At Controversial Philip Guston Postponement." art-insider.com. October 20, 2020, ill. (color, detail).
Colin Lang. "Falling Out: There's No Place Like America Today." spikeartmagazine.com. October 28, 2020, ill. (color).
Helen Holmes. "A Tate Curator Was Suspended for Condemning the Delay of the Philip Guston Exhibition." observer.com. October 29, 2020, ill. (color, installation view).
Samuel Mcllhagga. "Philip Guston's Controversial Embrace of Figuration Still Shapes His Market." artsy.net. November 3, 2020.
Sarah Cascone. "The Postponed Philip Guston Show Will Now Open in 2022 With New Contributions From Artists and Historians." news.artnet.com. November 5, 2020, ill. (color, installation view).
Ben Lawrence. "The arts have become a toxic battleground." telegraph.co.uk. November 5, 2020, ill. (color).
Maximilíano Durón. "Embattled Philip Guston Exhibition Gets New Itinerary, Beginning in Boston in 2022." artnews.com. November 6, 2020, ill. (color).
Antonis Chaliakopoulos. "Controversial Philip Guston Exhibition Due to Open In 2022." thecollector.com. November 6, 2020, ill. (color).
Constance Grady. "If museums want to diversify, they'll have to change. A lot." nymag.com. November 12, 2020, ill. (color, installation view).
Alastair Sooke. "2020 in art: a year of toppled statues and spineless virtue-signalling." telegraph.co.uk. December 12, 2020, ill. (color).
Roberta Smith. "After the Storm, Philip Guston for Real." nytimes.com. September 9, 2021, ill. (color, installation photo).
Murray Whyte. "How do you contextualize an artist who captured hate?" bostonglobe.com. September 16, 2021.
Vivian Chui. "Philip Guston's Most Controversial Decade of Work." ocula.com. September 22, 2021, ill. (color, installation photo).
Harry Lehmann. "Kunst, Freiheit, Moral." Lettre International (Winter 2021), pp. 24–33, ill. (color).
Murray Whyte. "What museums can learn from Philip Guston and his frank take on 'white culpability'." Boston Globe (January 10, 2021), p. N3, ill. (color).
Sebastian Smee. "Philip Guston's art speaks to our present moment. We shouldn't have to wait to see it." washingtonpost.com. January 14, 2021, ill. (color).
Pac Pobric. "Art Critic Robert Storr Has Never Been Afraid to Make Enemies. As He Releases a New Book of Essays, He's Still Pulling No Punches." news.artnet.com. January 20, 2021, ill. (color, installation view).
Ilana Novick. "Controversial Philip Guston Paintings at Hauser & Wirth." artandobject.com. October 4, 2021.
R.C. Baker. "Tragicomic Soothsayer: Philip Guston Rides Again." villagevoice.com. October 22, 2021, ill. (color).
Mira Schor. "Philip Guston." 4columns.org. October 22, 2021, ill. (color, installation view).
Michael Romain. "Stray thoughts after a storm." Wednesday Journal (June 22, 2022), p. 3.
Stephen Smith. "I Paint What I Want to See by Philip Guston review — notes from the ‘cancelled’ artist who painted the Ku Klux Klan." times.co.uk. May 17, 2022.
Aindrea Emelife. A Brief History of Protest Art. London, 2022, pp. 16–18, ill. p. 46 (color).