Nearly four decades ago, when artists Leon Golub and Nancy Spero moved into the Greenwich Village loft they used both as studio and living space, the Village was still “the Village” and neighbors were more Allen Ginsberg than Senor Swanky’s.
The couple met in the late 1940s at the Art Institute of Read More
Doesn’t Leon Golub Trust His Art to Speak for Itself?
One of the most interesting things about Leon Golub: Paintings, 1950-2000, an exhibition currently at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, is the extent to which its presentation depends on words. Each gallery of the show is equipped with a sizable wall label entitled “Focus.” Read More