Santiago Ramón y Cajal, a Nobel Laureate in Medicine, Deserves a Place Next to Michelangelo and Leonardo As a Draftsman
by Jerry Saltz
New York Magazine, March 13, 2018

“For the first time ever in this country — and likely the last — over 80 of Cajal’s small masterpieces are on view at the Grey Art Gallery. It is perhaps the only exhibition of 20th-century drawings I can imagine that might be compared in any way to this season’s duel graphic blockbusters of Michelangelo at the Met and the full-on Twombly drawing survey at Gagosian…”

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