Lydia has been a fav for a while. I’ve thought of her as related to Light and Space with work like below, and much of her work is also minimalist as Sophie Haigney at Artsy notes when calling our attention to the rich history of women artists whose work is of this modality.
Artforum wrote some
words about a survey of this significant Aussie’s which inspired me to learn more about the work he does which is as much about sound as visual experiences.
If you didn’t know of Maya already “yes” Triangle legends
Nnenna and Phil Freelon are her parents ( her brother is no slouch either). Walter gives her upcoming show at CAM Raleigh a shout out.
We don’t have a huge local art scene in Raleigh, so I’ve had the chance to meet Kelly and see her approach to teaching in a crit format.
More and more.
I’ve been a big fan of Lynda since discovering her poured work during my undergrad days. Seeing her work getting
new juxtapositions inspired a revisiting of some like Contraband and Wing.
was part of the same cadre of queer creatives as
Cy in the ’60s and had no small part to play in the story of Modernism himself.
Polly was one of the hits I remember from
Abstract Painting, Once Removed. Her work is literally removed from the constraint of a traditional, rectangular canvas (like Rhia and Meg). Image below is from that time frame.
More (her work has moved back onto the wall as she explores new iconography)
Juxtapoz has some images up of Scott’s work process for below as well as an
Nanda gets a shout out from Artforum (unfortunately because her six decade career as a conceptual and installation artist came to and end this month).
notes Candida’s newest work, which has left the wall- like Lien she is a Joan Mitchell foundation alumn.
Was reading the print edition of Artforum when the image below grabbed me. Which lead to reading
this interesting interview about the themes that- like the disparate materials she uses- are woven, literally, into her work.