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Unfurling Sari Dienes

(This article was originally published on November 28, 2014 on the ifacontemporary blog)

The exhibition of Sari Dienes’s work at The Drawing Center (on view October 8 to November 16, 2014) highlighted the artist’s innovative and experimental approaches to mark making in her large-scale rubbings of New York City streets from the 1950s. 1,144 more words

Alison Knowles

Reorienting Sari Dienes: A Conversation with Alexis Lowry Murray and Delia Solomons

On December 16, 2014, Marci Kwon sat down with Alexis Lowry Murray and Delia Solomons, who co-curated the exhibition Sari Dienes at the Drawing Center. All are PhD candidates at the IFA. 1,862 more words

IFA Insights

Out and About in NYC

A week with visitors: many places to see, familiar and un.  maybe in the future I’ll talk about some of them in depth:  the world yields, as always, an embarrassment of riches.  66 more words

Kerfe

Unfurling Sari Dienes

The exhibition of Sari Dienes’s work at The Drawing Center (on view October 8 to November 16, 2014) highlighted the artist’s innovative and experimental approaches to mark making in her large-scale rubbings of New York City streets from the 1950s. 1,149 more words

(Re)Views

Project Highlight: Anne Wilson's “To Cross (Walking New York)”

by Rachel Heidenry

Four performers sit in the center of the gallery weaving. At moments they stand and walk across the space, threading string around four twelve-foot columns. 372 more words

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Anne Wilson Is Using the Drawing Center as a Weaving Loom

Last night, The Drawing Center opened two concurrent exhibitions to a full house, and visitors had to watch their step around Chicago-based artist Anne Wilson’s delicate durational performance piece… 244 more words

Performance Art