I still think about how Cézanne finds an edge, what that is, and how we see. That’s something that enters into my work: how we see, how we experience. Marina Adams, “In Conversation Marina Adams with Alex Bacon,” Brooklyn Rail, May 2019
Lara Schnitger, a Dutch-American artist, makes work with a point of view. She is recognized for her knitted and sewn textile sculptures, videos, and photographs as well as performative events. Her lecture “Be the Walker, Not the Dog” will shed light on Schnitger’s expansive approach to artmaking, with all its moving parts.
Art materials are always personal. We make them personal. But they are often also connected to something else. In my case, it’s community. Mark Bradford, in Michael Auping, “Working Papers,” Mark Bradford: End Papers
This nuanced fusion of the intellect and sensual experience is precisely what York achieves. In doing so, she takes Minimalism past the post, and into a realm of her own. Lucy Lippard, Susan York: 3 Columns