Read a great article where Jennie Jones is quoted saying “Fred Sandback can make this beautiful line and not have to have it literally be a metaphor for his cultural identity” which made me realize I’ve never blogged about this important artist who bridged minimalism, conceptualists and light and space (I suspect Lydia finds his work influential).
There was a piece of Larry’s is featured in this write up about the late Barbara Rose (like Barbara he is no longer with us).
is featured in Abstraction in the Black Diaspora, which is curated by Tariku.
John Yau looks back (posthumously) at Anne’s career as a spiritual quest (personally I like her sculpture best).
Another British Modernist (though later to the game than Ben, and multidisciplinary as well) that’s worth a look.
Two Coats gallery guide (which I love to read and feel jealous of all of you who live in NYC) notes The Subsuming Ellipse at Carvalho Park. The work is fiber-based.
is an Anonymous Was A Woman grant winner (along with Virginia)
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.