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Lynda Benglis

by Richard Marshall

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  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Cheim & Read .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fine Arts,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Art,
  • Individual Artist,
  • Art / Individual Artist

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages66
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8584943M
    ISBN 100975331701
    ISBN 109780975331705

    In four decades of abstract art practice, Lynda Benglis has not merely challenged the status quo. She has tied it in knots, melted it down and poured it across the floor, cast it in glass, clay and bronze. Daring and sometimes outrageous, her intense and provocative practice has produced some of the most iconic pieces of art from the late twentieth nd gives serious critical. The Gallery is closed to the public until further notice. All public events are canceled through Monday, September 7, Learn more.

    This survey of Lynda Benglis' sculpture from the late s to the present begins with her early poured latex and dripped wax pieces, moves through her polyurethane and metal blobs, continues with her pleated and accumulated metal forms, and ends with "Bikini Incandescent Column," a Noguchi-esque lantern shaped like a mushroom cloud.   Get this from a library! Lynda Benglis: soft off: April [Lynda Benglis; Carter Ratcliff; Locks Gallery.] -- PRESS RELEASE (see link): Benglis, who was born in Lake Charles, Louisiana in , began her career as a painter. Moving to New York in , she quickly became immersed in that city's art.

    ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Notes: Catalog of the exhibition held at the Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, November Decem Lynda Benglis (American, b) is a sculptor best known for her incorporation of unusual materials that question traditional notions of the feminine. Born in Lake Charles, LA, Benglis earned a BFA from Newcomb College in New Orleans in , and studied at the Brooklyn Museum School of Art in New York during the following ality: American.


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Lynda Benglis book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. of 70 results for "Lynda Benglis" "Lynda Benglis". Lynda Benglis: Beyond Process examines in depth the work and critical neglect of an artist who, perhaps more than any of her contemporaries, changed the face of American art in the s and s, and continues to fetishise, provoke and demand your :   In four decades of abstract art practice, Lynda Benglis has not merely challenged the status quo.

She has tied it in knots, melted it down and poured it across the floor, cast it in glass, clay and bronze. Daring and sometimes outrageous, her intense and provocative practice has produced some of the most iconic pieces of art from the late twentieth century.

Richmond gives serious critical. Lynda Benglis (bornLake Charles, Louisiana) was first recognized in the late sixties with her poured latex and foam works.

Benglis’s work created a perfectly timed retort to the male dominated fusion of painting and sculpture with the advent of Process Art and Minimalism. Since the s, Lynda Benglis (born ) has been celebrated for the free, ecstatic forms she has poured, thrown and molded in ceramic, latex, polyurethane and bronze.

In her new work, documented in this volume, she turns to handmade paper, which she wraps around a chicken wire armature, often painting the sand-toned surface in bright, metallic colors offset by strokes of deep. Lynda Benglis: Beyond Process (International Library of Modern and Contemporary Art) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Lynda Benglis made several video pieces in the s, when she was working at the University of Rochester and could use the school's equipment.

Now is the most well-known of these works, and made a significant impact on the field of video art and critical theory. The screen shows the artist standing in front of a monitor, viewing another Nationality: American. Since the s, Lynda Benglis has created process-oriented works—made by throwing, pouring, even melting various materials—to invent forms that manifest her bold physical gestures and defy categorization.

The permanent collection installation Lynda Benglis, largely comprising works given by Dorothy and Herbert Vogel, early objects made with beeswax, poured latex, plaster, fabric, glitter.

Lynda Benglis What a nice way of putting it. With the paper pieces, I thought of them like vases, but open at either end. My first wall pieces were all kind of open.

I used to do my science book notes in pink and black ink. Broken Favor I, –16, handmade paper over chicken wire, ground coal with matte medium, acrylic, acrylic medium. Lynda Benglis, latex floor painting, Rhode Island, Arriving on the New York art scene in the late sixties with her poured latex and foam works, Benglis created a perfectly timed retort to the male dominated fusion of painting and sculpture that had taken place a few years earlier with the advent of Process Art and Minimalism.

Since the s, Lynda Benglis (born ) has been celebrated for the free, ecstatic forms she has poured, thrown and molded in ceramic, latex, polyurethane and bronze.

In her new work, documented in this volume, she turns to handmade paper, which she wraps around a chicken wire armature. Lynda Benglis. Published by Cheim & Read. Essay by Richard Marshall.

This survey of Lynda Benglis' sculpture from the late s to the present begins with her early poured latex and dripped wax pieces, moves through her polyurethane and metal blobs, continues with her pleated and accumulated metal forms, and ends with “Bikini Incandescent Column,” a Noguchi-esque lantern .This monograph traces the extraordinary oeuvre of renowned American sculptor Lynda Benglis, from the late s until to the s is most famous for her fluid wax paintings and latex, wax or polyurethane sculptures and, more importantly, was one of Post Minimalism's key protagonists in the s, alongside Richard Serra, Eva Hesse and Bruce : Les Presses du Réel.American, born Asked to summarize her artistic ambitions in the s, Lynda Benglis replied, “I wasn’t breaking away from painting but trying to redefine what it was.”1 She was raised in Louisiana and moved to New York inwhere she trained as a painter in the Abstract Expressionist vein.

Benglis admired the gestural style of that older generation of artists, but quickly.