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  • Earning His Stripes

    Spear's - Anthony Haden-Guest,

    &quot;Sean Scully has a deep emotional attachment to his art, so he has no time for the coolness of today's abstraction...&quot; read more

  • Sean Scully – Paint Speaks Louder Than Words

    Edward Lucie-Smith,

    Sean Scully now increasingly seems like the most remarkable abstract painter of his generation – this, at a time when abstract art, abstract painting, in particular, is increa... read more

  • INTERVIEW WITH SEAN SCULLY

    ARTHUR SOLWAY,

    The artist spoke with ArtAsiaPacific in Guangzhou before his opening at the Guangdong Museum of Art to talk about this major second-coming to China, what it means for him, and... read more

  • Sean Scully’s Successful Traveling Show Comes to Guangdong Museum of Art

    Claire Bouchara ,

    The second phase of Abstract artist Sean Scully’s traveling exhibition continues its journey across China, arriving at the Guangdong Museum of Art in Guangzhou today, where it... read more

  • Sean Scully - My Favourite Room

    Bonhams - Sean Scully,

    Sean Scully is transported by Monet’s bridge every time he visits the Resnick Rotunda in Philadelphia Museum of Art. read more

  • Sean Scully Retrospective

    Flaunt Magazine - Diana Rendon,

    Turner Prize nominee and Harper's Bazaar Art International Artist of the Year Sean Scully is currently the subject of a major retrospective, “Resistance and Persistence”. We h... read more

  • Building blocks: How Sean Scully conquered China

    BBC Arts,

    Twice-nominated for the Turner Prize, the Irish-American abstract artist Sean Scully forged his career with bold blocks of colour. After a hugely successful 2015 exhibition in... read more

  • Sean Scully Gets Harper's Bazaar Art International Artist of the Year Award

    Fine Art Biblio,

    Sean Scully, one of the leading abstract painters of his generation is the recipient of this year’s Harper's Bazaar Art International Artist of the Year Award. The prize which... read more

  • The building that went for a walk

    Kelly Grovier,

    An historic structure in China is being moved 90m to allow development. Kelly Grovier asks whether we can ever truly preserve the past. read more

  • Sean Scully’s hymn to high art in Spain

    Claire Wrathall,

    Close to the summit of Montserrat, the serrated mountain that rises 1,200m an hour’s drive north-west of Barcelona, on a northern slope overlooking the majestic Marganell vall... read more

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