Friday, March 02, 2012

Three women painters explore de Kooning's signficance in Border Crossings interviews

The just-published issue of Border Crossings magazine marks the important New York retrospective of painter Willem de Kooning through interviews with three noted women painters, one British, one American and one Canadian, reflecting on his "ubiquitous significance."
Cecily Brown, April Gornik and Monica Tap are interviewed by senior editor Robert Enright and the article is illustrated not only by de Kooning's work but also their own.
"All speak in the most articulate, intelligent and thoughtful manner about his work and its influence on their own impressive careers," says a release from the magazine. "All are responding to the unprecedented retrospective of de Kooning, recently mounted by the MoMA (Museum of Modern Art, New York)."


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