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Dorothea Rockburne

Capernaum Gate, 1984
92″ x 85″ x 4″
Oil and gold leaf on gessoed linen
Dorothea Rockburne

A Painting From The Internet.

Eight Contemporary Artists - MOMA catalogue for 1974 exhibition

From my research visit to the MOMA Library looking for 1960s-1970s catalogues and artist books containing Hanne Darboven’s work.

Original MOMA press release pdf MOMA_1974_0119_101

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Art

Drawing which makes itself

One of the many benefits of working at the Morgan is that our Volunteer Director organises regular opportunities for us to visit other cultural institutions and exhibitions around the city. 479 more words

Museums/galleries

'Dorothea Rockburne: Drawing Which Makes Itself' at the Museum of Modern Art

Your eyes may burn for a moment when you first enter this tight little survey of drawings by the still-underrated New Yorker Dorothea Rockburne. It’s because she has painted the walls a super-bright white and installed extra lights with a higher-than-standard wattage for the museum. 367 more words

Museum Of Modern Art

Fall Variations: Shows by women artists

Art critic Deborah Solomon announced on WNYC recently that canonical white male artists were prominent on the scene this fall in New York’s major museums – Chris Burden at the New Museum, Robert Motherwell and Christopher Wool at the Guggenheim, Robert Indiana at the Whitney, Magritte at MoMA, and Mike Kelley at P.S. 1,690 more words

Shifting Connections