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"Mary Frank: Encounters"
2000-09-17 until 2001-01-07
Neuberger Museum of Art
Forty works provide a comprehensive overview of work completed by Mary Frank
during the past 15 years. In the mid-eighties, Ms. Frank, a renowned sculptor in clay,
turned her attention to two-dimensional work. These paintings, drawings and prints
are works that continue her interest in developing a personal vocabulary of forms
that reflect innately spiritual qualities.
Universal themes of journey and passage,
memory and dream, permeate her current oeuvre and reflect Frank's poetic
sensibility. An illustrated catalogue with an essay by art historian Linda Nochlin
accompanies the exhibition, which is curated by Judy Collischan, Ph.D., Neuberger
Museum of Art Associate Director for Curatorial Affairs.