Lisa Congdon's wistful portraits celebrate Kara Walker, Louise Bourgeois and more.
While Iwan Wirth describes the heart of the Hauser & Wirth enterprise as "a family business," it's no denying the gallery has considerable resources at its disposal.
Revolution in the Making. Photo by EMS. HSW comes complete with an on-site bookshop called Artbook, a cafe restaurant called
12. Karen Karnes New York City-born Karen Karnes is most famous for her stoneware ceramics, influenced by her training in
"Asawa's work was viewed as a variant of weaving or basket-making for a very long time," says Todd Levin, director of the
Today at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, a new installation in our 20th century galleries is brimming with great works by women. These range from a Miriam Schapiro "femmage" to one of Susan Rothenberg's breakthrough horse paintings of the mid-1970s.
Asawa remarkably harbors no ill will regarding the injustices she was forced to endure at the time: "I hold no hostilities