Martha Schwendener | New York Times | 27th August 2015
Elaine Lustig Cohen never thought of being an artist until the architect Phillip Johnson offered her a design brief. Thus began a long career straddling graphic design and painting. So, has the inspiration she drew from architecture led to great paintings? “Somewhat second string” according to the writer. Her paintings use a vocabulary “intended for other disciplines and purposes … book covers and … corporate logos”.