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Mel Kendrick by Kiki Smith
Woodblock Carving Studio Image

Kendrick owns five chainsaws and calls his radical sculptural interventions a form of “anti-carpentry,” but he’s ultimately invested in revealing and repairing forms, thereby discovering new dimensions of wholeness.

Mel Kendrick by Kiki Smith
Woodblock Carving Studio Image

Kendrick owns five chainsaws and calls his radical sculptural interventions a form of “anti-carpentry,” but he’s ultimately invested in revealing and repairing forms, thereby discovering new dimensions of wholeness.

One Piece: Kiki Smith by Nina Subin
Nina Subin

The artist talks about portraits stopping time.

“I MADE ART BECAUSE I DIDN’T WANT TO DIE” by Himali Singh Soin
Our City Dreams

An ode to being human and the need to express one’s self, Our City Dreams tells the story of the loves and the sufferings of five women who chose to move to New York City.

Barbara Bloom by Kiki Smith
Bloom Marilyn5 Body

Artists Kiki Smith and Barbara Bloom wander through the thought processes that separate the compelling from the mediocre, the public from the private.

Kiki Smith by Chuck Close
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“I always think the whole history of the world is in your body.”

Self Portraits by Kiki Smith
All images: Kiki Smith, Self Portraits, 1993. Courtesy of Joe Fawbush Gallery.

Three self-portraits by Kiki Smith.

Gametes by Kiki Smith
Kiki Smith, Gametes (detail), 1988, ink on paper, 15 × 21⅛ inches. Courtesy of Joe Fawbush.

Drawing by Kiki Smith.

Stomach by Kiki Smith
Kiki Smith, Stomach, from Possession is Nine Tenths of the Law, 1985, from a portfolio of color monoprints. Courtesy Fawbush Editions.

Stomach from Possession is Nine Tenths of the Law, a 1985 portfolio of color monoprints, by Kiki Smith.

Nature Doesn’t Care by Kiki Smith
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Spend The Night by Kiki Smith

Drawing by Kiki Smith.

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