The following text was was given to John Regan by the artist, and submitted in July of 2006:
Statement by Paul Reed, transcribed from audiotape, and created to accompany a catalogue of computer prints of his work from 1959 through 2005.
In the 1940's, I worked in advertising agencies in and around New York City. While I was there, I visited the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan, the Whitney, and the Guggenheim. In 1950, I returned to Washington to establish a free lance graphic design business. I became reacquainted with Gene Davis, and during our lunch hours, we would go to museums, mainly the Phillips, the National, and the private galleries (the Jefferson Place Gallery and others). During pe
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