On “Piet Mondrian: 1872–1944” at the Haags Gemeentemuseum, the National Gallery of Art & the Museum of Modern Art.
The irrational bears the same relation to the rational that the unknown bears to the known. In an age as harsh as it is intelligent, phrases about the unknown are quickly dismissed. I do not for a moment mean to indulge in mystical rhetoric, since, for my part, I have no patience with that sort of thing. That the unknown as the source of knowledge, as...
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