Text Without Message
Art world superstar Christopher Wool (American, b. 1955) debuts new work at Philbrook Downtown exploring text, abstraction, and the intersections between the two. Using preexisting symbols—words, letters, punctuation marks, and numbers—Wool detaches them from our usual understanding of how language functions. See why The New Yorker magazine hails Wool as "the most important American painter of his generation."
Curated by Sienna Brown.