Ad Reinhardt ┉ 'Lines seen about town lately'

"Artist Ad Reinhardt created cartoons for numerous publications throughout his career, most notably for the daily newspaper PM. It was in those pages, in 1946, that his well-known “How to Look At Art” series first appeared, featuring ironic and pithy descriptions of various interrelationships between societal strata—Culture and Commerce, for example—always articulated with a keenly critical eye and a wry sense of humor."

Until today, Reinhardt's comics set an example of political, cultural, and social commentary, of 'How to look'. So I can only applaud the fact that David Zwirner Books/Hatje Cantz collected and published Reinhardt's art comics in this book.