By Wendy Our not-so-secret crush on Paula Cooper was validated yet again today. The New York gallery icon (and member of the Nasher Museum’s national advisory board) was the talk of Art Basel this week. Carol Vogel writes in The New York Times about a gloriously huge painting of Paula [...]
In spite of their undeniable impact on the history of art, generations of female and feminist artists have been denied their due credit. “The Deconstructive Impulse: Reconfiguring the Signs of Power, 1973-1991,” which will be coming to the Nasher in September, seeks to revise history by giving voice to 22 artists who merged feminism, politics, aesthetics, and practice.
By Teka For those of us following the shocking news from Brandeis last week, it was important to hear the word from the New York Times. Yesterday, Roberta Smith weighed in, and she didn’t mince words, stating: It is hard to know how anyone could destroy this museum, but that’s [...]