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, E. (2018, April). [Review of the book Pollock's modernism, by M. Schreyach]. Burlington Magazine, 160(1381): 354–5.