Chuck Close's Faces


Saturday, January 19, 2002

For over 30 years he has been making huge, meticulous paintings of faces — 9 foot, looming images of himself, and of friends like the composer Philip Glass and the painter Robert Rauschenberg. Kurt Andersen visits with Chuck Close, one of today’s most admired portraitists, at his New York studio. 


Chuck Close

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