When: Sept. 19 & 20
Location: National Hispanic Cultural Center
Again features artworks where repetition, obsession or meditation, are key elements to the artist’s process, sometimes obvious in the resulting artwork, sometimes not. Whether what compels each is expressed as a life-long obsession with a subject, such as the bird for Jean-Luc Mylayne, or a repetitive action, as seen in prints by Sol LeWitt and Agnes Martin, or a meditative practice that results in an object like Susan York’s hand-polished solid graphite sculptures, the artists in this exhibition repeat themes, motions, motifs and materials again and again, over and over.
This show is open from 20 April - 16 June 2013.
Jean-Luc Mylayne, No. B4 novembre-décembre 2000-janvier 2001, 2001, Chromogenic print, 62 1/4 x 49 3/8 inches
Sol LeWitt, Straight lines, approximately one inch long, drawn at randowm, within a square using four direction of line, 1) vertical 2) horizontal 3) diagonal, left to right 4) diagonal, right to left and all combinations of those lines, Etching on paper, 28 x 28 inches
Agnes Martin, Untitled, 1991, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam portfolio, Lithographs on velum, 12 x 12 inches