Mary Corse at Whitney Museum of American Art
Corse is one of the few women associated with the California Light and Space movement, a Left Coast school of Minimalism that, as it name suggests, focused on the transient qualities of light and its effects on perception. Corse, for the most part, chose painting as her medium, most familiarly with geometric abstractions limned in pigments mixed with glass microspheres—the same material used to make reflective highway signs. This survey brings together the artist’s key bodies of work for the first time.
Until Sunday November 25 2018
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