"Painting is the art which reminds us that time and the visible come into being together, as a pair. The place of their coming into being is the human mind, which can coordinate events into time sequence and appearances into a world seen.
With this coing into being of time and the visible, a dialogue between presence and absence begins. We all live this dialogue."
From Success and Failure of Picasso by John Berger, first published by Penguin Books, London in 1965 and then by Granta Books , London 1992
TURPS PAINTING MAGAZINE ISSUE 6
Beryl Cook by Dan Coombs
Leon Golub interviewed by Turps
Hitchhiking: Peter Jones discusses Alex Katz' paintings
Biography of a Painting 2 by Tom Phillips
Jim Shaw in Conversation with Andy Holden
The Paintings of Ron Delavigne by Jason Sumray
Pictures from the Pole: Feliks Topolski's Users Guide to the Twentieth Century by Jeffrey Dennis
Givers Never Lack by Neal Tait
The Cartoon by David Rayson
plus more reviews...