Refreshing greens for a summer day... Above: Sonia Delaunay, watercolor on paper, 1924 Above: Henri Matisse "Trivaux Pond" 1916/1917, Collection of the Tate Museum Above: Henri Matisse "Seated Nude" 1925, Private collection, photograph by Marina Schinz Above: Richard Serra "Untitled" 1971, Private collection, photograph by Marina Schinz Above: by Lucio Fontana, Concept Spatiale. Above: Via bldgspace Above: Henri Matisse "Laurette in a Green Robe (Black Background)", 1916, Metropolitan Museum…
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The Divine Sheila Hicks at the ICA
Sheila Hicks; 50 Years at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), University of Pennsylvania through August 7, 2011 is likely to knock you off your feet with its power and get you high on color; it will certainly expand your idea of what can be made out of yarn and second-hand clothes. The survey of more than ninety works ranges from the monumental May I have this Dance? (2002-03), whose cable-like forms burst out of the far corner of the ICA’s double-story space and fall in loops across…
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