Jasper Johns at the Phillips Collection

I was exhausted by the end, in a good way. The Phillips exhibition, which focuses on Johns’ print works, is dense and rich, and even though it occupies only a few rooms, you leave more than surfeited. I reviewed it in today’s The Washington Post, with special attention to the work shown here, one of his very first experiments with lithography.

 

 

 

Credit: Jasper Johns, Target, 1960. Lithograph, 22
½ x 17 ½ in. Published by Universal
Limited Art Editions. John and Maxine
Belger Foundation © Jasper Johns and
ULAE / Licensed by VAGA, New York,
NY

 

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