A funny thing happened to Munroe’s works on their way to finding physical form.
Works from Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam are linked by their use of tactile objects to illuminate the terrors of political exigencies and trauma from martial law.
A new exhibition at the Sundaram Tagore Gallery focuses on the life and art of Edith Schloss, the consummate insider/outsider of the New York School.
The brilliant and inventive mind of Susan Weil is on full display at the Sundaram Tagore Gallery through June 15. At 83, Weil has lived at the epicenter of the New York art world since the early 1950s, and although her art has been relatively overshadowed by that of her contemporaries, Weil’s current show has the makings of her best.