Francisca Sutil has enlarged her scale and started to work on canvas, and the effects are mesmerizing.
I first became aware of Carole Seborovski’s work in the mid-1980s, when she was a geometric artist working on paper with a restrained palette.
The jukebox is quiet and there’s prosecco flowing, but anachronisms aside, Macon Reed’s “Eulogy for the Dyke Bar” installation is a vibrant tribute to the disappearing lesbian bar.
Francisca Sutil is a Chilean abstract artist who lived in New York from 1977 until 1992, when she returned to Santiago, Chile, where she currently lives and works. She came to New York to study printmaking at Pratt Institute. In 1978, she discovered papermaking and, within a short time that included a basic how-to class, mastered the process.