"I guess you can say that painting is a kind of experiment. That’s what I do, that’s my approach to painting, to figure out how it works, the different possibilities that can happen with painting. It’s just my sensibility. I like to know how it works and I like to know how things go together. It’s a visual experience, and with my paintings I don’t really plan them, it has to come about visually. I have to see how it’s developing, what can come from it, and then I make the decision whether I like it or not." robert Ryman in Brooklynrail, 2007.
Ici interviewé dans sa jeunesse par la désagréable Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel pour Inside New York’s Art World :