This catalogue traces the prolific artist’s shift from man-made forms, such as machines, roads, and cityscapes, to organic and atmospheric ones during two highly productive decades, the 1950s and 1960s. A curated selection of key works, many of which have never been seen before, and in a variety of mediums including paintings, works on paper, and drawings made with early technical, Rapidograph pens elucidate her diverse and experimental practice. Her classically Abstract Expressionist concern, with gestural abstraction and all-over composition is apparent throughout, while at the same time, many works reference the visual world.
Essay: Nancy Princenthal
Softcover; 44 pages