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August 6, 2010  |  Lee Bontecou, Modern Women
Lee Bontecou: All Freedom in Every Sense

In this video interview, Veronica Roberts, Curatorial Assistant in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, discusses her exhibition Lee Bontecou: All Freedom in Every Sense, one of the exhibitions celebrating the landmark publication of Modern Women: Women Artists at The Museum of Modern Art. One of the key artists to emerge during the 1950s, Lee Bontecou works in multiple mediums, including sculpture, drawing, and printmaking, all of which are featured in this concise survey. Veronica did a great deal of exciting new research for this show, and it’s a real pleasure to hear her talk about the artist’s remarkable work and equally remarkable career, with a particular focus on the extraordinary suspended sculpture that is the exhibition’s centerpiece.

If you would like to learn more about this unique artist, visit the Bontecou exhibition before it closes on August 30. You can also read an essay on Bontecou’s work by Lilian Tone, Assistant Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, in the Modern Women: Women Artists at The Museum of Modern Art publication.

Comments

Amazing work, she produces an art which combine certain balance of novelty and contains art historical trace, intriguing and perceptually stimulating.

This art work is wonderful.

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