It is to Guston’s credit that he was not able to smother that fight in himself between the desire to see, which is in those beautiful paintings we can look at now, and the desire to have a kind of strutting—and painful to himself—contempt.
Michelle Barger, Thoughts on Replication and the Work of Eva Hesse, Tate Papers no.8
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