Opening on 5 October, Tate Modern hosts a much-delayed,
much-anticipated exhibition devoted to the influential
Canadian-born painter Philip Guston. One of the most talented
artists of his generation, Guston moved from politically inspired
murals to Abstract Expressionism, but today his reputation mainly
rests on the darkly comic, cartoonish paintings he made in his
later years, which helped usher in the rebirth of figurative art.
The first major show of Guston's work in 20 years, it runs to 25