In 1950, on one of the few occasions that Jackson Pollock publicly discussed his approach to painting, he remarked that 'technique is just a means of arriving at a statement'. Given Pollock's revolutionary method and unprecedented formal achievements, this declaration has generated an enormous amount of critical attention over the past sixty-five years. The book under review is the most recent contribution, yet it stands apart from earlier studies.
Costello, Eileen. Review of Pollock’s Modernism, by Michael Schreyach. Burlington Magazine, v.160, no.1381 (April 2018): 354–5.