Video: Jerry Saltz Explains ‘Jasper Johns: Gray’

Just how interesting is an art exhibit called “Gray” featuring paintings that are, for the most part, gray? More so than you might think, says New York art critic Jerry Saltz. Saltz recently took a camera crew to the Met for a personal tour of the new Jasper Johns exhibit, and what he saw there reveals more about the artist and his message than, frankly, we ever thought possible. Watch the video, make some notes, and then visit the Met yourself.

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