- The production of art
1991 November 29, Harold Henderson, quoting Quentin Crisp, “The City File”, in Chicago Reader:
- Art we do not need; artmaking should be made so difficult an occupation that only the most dedicated practitioners would persist.
2007 February 21, Randy Kennedy, “When Meals Played the Muse”, in New York Times:
- THE artist Gordon Matta-Clark, who died in 1978 at age 35, loved to cook, but he could never quite unbraid his culinary passions from those of artmaking, with sometimes bizarre dinner party results.