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Yesterday in Miami we caught up with Petah Coyne, whose monumental sculpture anchors the front gallery of our permanent collection. Her new chandelier sculpture is on view in Galerie Lelong’s booth at Art Basel Miami Beach.
“The Nasher Museum is so important to me; it set the bar very high,” Petah said.
Meet the relatives of a good friend and you understand that person all the better: family resemblances, mannerisms, personality quirks. That is how I felt yesterday when I met Margaret’s kin. Mass MOCA, the inspiring museum about four hours west of Boston, is hosting a family reunion of sorts with New York-based artist Petah Coyne’s solo show, “Everything That Rises Must Converge.”
“See it for Yourself” is a series of short videos of recent visitors to the Nasher Museum. It’s not easy to describe a work of art, or put into words exactly why we love a particular work. “See it for Yourself” was created to give a sense of the connections [...]
By Wendy When I walk into a Chelsea gallery in New York, I generally expect a big white box. At Galerie Lelong, I walked into something like a fairy bower. Arcs of wax-dipped white flowers made romantic arches, maybe even for a bride-to-be. My breath caught. Farther inside,
By Christine Smith, Nasher Intern The first time I walked into the permanent collection exhibition hall at the Nasher Museum, I couldn’t help being instantly struck by Petah Coyne’s work. At 11 feet high, her assemblage, “Untitled #1111 (Little Ed’s Daughter Margaret),” was impossible to overlook as its energy seemed [...]