JASPER JOHNS @ The Met

Metropolitan Museum curators argue with this show that Jasper Johns’ use of the color gray deserves more sincere attention as an important, formal theme in his work. This exhibition is dedicated to over 120 paintings, reliefs, drawings and sculptures neither black, nor white, but gray. Look for some of Johns’ most well-known works, like “0 through 9” and “Canvas,” as well as new paintings that have never before been shown.

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