The Brooklyn Rail stands for freedom of expression, collective accountability, and institutional transparency. We feel it is our responsibility to provide space for many perspectives to engage in productive dialogue. It is in this spirit that we share the following open letter from a diverse group of artists, critics, curators, and scholars.
Philip Guston, Allegory, 1975. Image copyright and courtesy the Estate of Philip Guston.


Open Letter: On Philip Guston Now

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The Brooklyn Rail acknowledges The Musa and Tom Mayer Charitable Fund sponsorship of our Poetry section, and that their support is on behalf of Guston’s friendship with poets. Neither The Musa and Tom Mayer Charitable Fund nor The Guston Foundation were consulted in the preparation of this letter and its contents reflect the independent positions of the signatories.

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Founded in October 2000, the Brooklyn Rail is an independent forum for arts, culture, and politics throughout New York City and beyond. Printed ten times annually, and featuring criticism of visual art, music, dance, film, theater, and literature, as well as original fiction, poetry, and political commentary, the Rail is distributed free of charge both in print and online.
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