Don’t Think About Picasso


~ I want to recommend the exploration of mind and the adventure within the mind. It takes so much time; that is the difficulty. It is so hard to slow down to the pace where it is possible to explore one’s mind. And then of course one must go absolutely alone with not one thought about others intruding.


This lecture was originally given at the ICA on February 14, 1973 on the occasion of the exhibition, “Agnes Martin” which was held at the Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania, January 22 – March 1, 1973


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2 Responses to Don’t Think About Picasso

  1. St. Germain says:

    The Agnes Martin piece was great. Just what I needed. Something I shall refer to again. Thank you for posting!

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