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Lilly Dancyger’s Negative SpaceBy Jacquelyn Marie Gallo
MAY 2021 | Books
Negative Space, Lilly Dancygers part-memoir, part-art criticism debut in which a bildungsroman-esque narrative of the authors journey from a fatherless girl to a fatherless woman is braided with an investigation into her deceased fathers art, as well as his past.
Marguerite Louppe: Diagramming SpaceBy Jonathan Goodman
JUNE 2022 | ArtSeen
It is a mystery how the twentieth-century French painter Marguerite Louppe has escaped the recognition she has deserved for so long. Born in 1902 in eastern France, Louppe and her family moved to Paris shortly after her birth. Louppe studied at several academies there, including the Académie Julian, where her fellow students included Dubuffet, Duchamp, Bourgeois, and Maurice Brianchon, whom she married in 1934.
Harold Cousins: Forms of Empty SpaceBy Elizabeth Buhe
MARCH 2023 | ArtSeen
Nearly fifty worksmetal sculptures, unique pieces of jewelry, and works on paperat Michael Rosenfeld Gallery amount to a mini retrospective of American sculptor Harold Cousinss work. Collectively they show the sweep of a career open to brave experimentation and Cousinss searching eye for the power of simple forms found in surrounding culture.
From Space to Environment, Fluxus to Furniture Music: The Women of Kankyō Ongaku (Part II)By Sadie Rebecca Starnes
MAY 2021 | Music
These are just a few of the women who worked at the height of kankyo ongaku. Today, younger artists like Aki Tsuyuko and Midori Hirano carry on the ambient tradition, while their predecessors continue to expand the genre into the 21st century.