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CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 2/8/2017

Raymond Pettibon

"It’s too easy just to dismiss my work as punk rock or whatever," Raymond Pettibon is quoted by Lucas Zwirner in Homo Americanus, the epic, 688-page drawings compendium by David Zwirner Books. "Which is what most people like to do. They like to categorize and historicize and put it in some dumbass context. It’s much easier just to put someone in a group or context than to deal with the complexity of the mind and especially the work." Tonight, the New Museum opens Raymond: Pettibon: A Pen of All Work, the first major NYC museum retrospective devoted to the artist. Featured drawing, from Homo Americanus, is No Title (We are sculptors. . . .), 1992.



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