Married to a key member of the Arte Povera movement in Italy, Mario Merz, Marisa Merz’s recognition as an artist in her own right is long overdue, at least in the United States.
Anna Tome is a freelance writer and MA candidate in art history at Hunter College. Her work has been published in the Brooklyn Rail, C Magazine and elsewhere.
Agnes Martin’s Contemporary Sublime
This uninterrupted stroll through nearly six decades of work reminds one of how few other artists from her generation sustained such long, capable, trajectories in art-making.
Danny Lyon’s Prescient Visions
“We are frail flowers in the field,” wrote Danny Lyon, the politically active, compassionate photojournalist, after leaving New York for Bernalillo, New Mexico, in 1969.