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Learn more about "A Pen of All Work" with an audio guide narrated by our Artistic Director Massimiliano Gioni: [ Link ]
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03/23/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
Snag a shirt featuring Raymond Pettibon's "No Title (I mean alarmed)." Available exclusively at the New Museum Store: [ Link ]
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03/23/2017 at 14:26. Facebook
“The first step in addressing inequality is acknowledging it,” said Lisa Phillips, New Museum Director.

Gender Gap Persists at Largest Museums
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03/22/2017 at 21:38. Facebook
Hear Artistic Director Massimiliano Gioni speak about "A Pen of All Work," the largest presentation of Raymond Pettibon's work to date.

See the exhibition through April 9: [ Link ]
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03/20/2017 at 15:46. Facebook
Join Benjamin Buchloh on 3/23 for a special lecture, “Darker than Imagined: Past and Present in Pettibon’s Cartoons" [ Link ]

Darker than Imagined: Past and Present in Pettibon’s Cartoons
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03/19/2017 at 14:51. Facebook
A voracious consumer of language, #RaymondPettibon’s love of literature emerges most clearly in his work from the late 1980s and early 1990s. During this time, Pettibon began incorporating text borrowed from literary figures like Henry James, John Ruskin, and Marcel Proust.

Learn more about "Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work": [ Link ]
We’ve collaborated with K11 Art Foundation to preset “After us,” a group exhibition of Chinese and international artists exploring how the use of online personas shifts what it means to be human. Experience the exhibition, now on view at K11 Art Museum, Shanghai.

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"We seem to finally be catching up to what the artist has been saying through his work all along — that things are bad, and they always have been."—Hyperallergic on "Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work".

Living in Raymond Pettibon’s America
Love #RaymondPettibon? Shop bags, books, and other items featuring his signature drawings at—your purchase support New Museum exhibitions and programming. Pettibon's tricycle drawing on this tote is one of 800+ works on view now in "Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work."
The Museum is closed today, 3/14, due to the inclement weather. Stay safe and warm, NYC!
This year, New Museum, The Drawing Center, and Public Art Fund are celebrating their 40th anniversaries. In 1977, all three organizations were founded by women, and today on #InternationalWomensDay, we’re highlighting these visionaries. Marcia Tucker founded the New Museum to support the work of living artists and to champion art as a vital social force. During her tenure, Tucker embraced...
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"Pettibon's work, with its accentuated comic-book style and literary prowess, is a thing of grandeur" — The Paris Review

Staff Picks: Raymond Pettibon, Jaume Plensa, Carlos Fonseca
"Each drawing is carefully crafted to deliver a swift intellectual punch" The Brooklyn Rail on "Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work".

Raymond Pettibon A Pen of All Work
Vavoom, a creature capable of transforming his surroundings through the sound of his voice, populates many of Raymond Pettibon’s drawings and paintings. Like other characters in Pettibon’s universe, Vavoom acts as a stand-in for the work of artists and poets and represents the faith Pettibon has in the ability of language to shape culture.

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Through his signature interplay of picture and text, Raymond Pettibon uses drawing to touch upon an endless variety of subjects, including literature, art, music, poetry, war, crime, and politics.

Don’t miss “A Pen of All Work,” the largest presentation of his work to date, on view through April 9:
For 40 years, we’ve embraced debate, difference, and multiple viewpoints. Now, in light of current events, we’re reaffirming our core values.

Read our statement: [ Link ].

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America’s history of conflict and the charisma and corruption of its leaders are among the most consistent themes in artist #RaymondPettibon’s work. One of the earliest targets of his caustic pen was Ronald Reagan, who was President as Pettibon was first emerging in the 1980s. Several drawings of Presidents past and present are on view now in “Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work.” #PresidentsDay
Love "Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work"? Shop books, bags, and other products featuring his signature drawings in our store. [ Link ]
"Burns’s action was preparation to unite for the many marches ahead." The New Yorker on our recent legal clinic, presented in conjunction with "A.K. Burns: Shabby But Thriving"

New York Museums Signal Their Resistance to Trump
Read The Wall Street Journal's review of "Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work," on view through April 9.

‘Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work’ Review: West Coast Punk-Rock Draftsman