Carolee Schneemann

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Hannah Wilke: Art for Life’s Sake by Jenny Wu
Postcard of a seashore with kneaded erasers arranged over the water and sky.

The retrospective of Hannah Wilke’s career “invites viewers to notice the overlooked details in Wilke’s works, so they can fully embrace the pleasures and contradictions that linger beneath—and, at times, explicitly atop—their surfaces.”

Hannah Wilke: Art for Life’s Sake by Jenny Wu
Postcard of a seashore with kneaded erasers arranged over the water and sky.

The retrospective of Hannah Wilke’s career “invites viewers to notice the overlooked details in Wilke’s works, so they can fully embrace the pleasures and contradictions that linger beneath—and, at times, explicitly atop—their surfaces.”

Carolee Schneemann by Coleen Fitzgibbon
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Breaking the Frame, a film by Marielle Nitoslawska about Schneemann’s unique legacy, serves as a departure point for an exchange about the “beauty paradox,” historical and contemporary patriarchies, and the artist’s ongoing subversion of gender codes.

Carolee Schneemann: Like a Cat on a Fish by Darryl Turner
Schneemann Up to and Including

Thinking is not an incorporeal process. The mind is a muscle.

Parts and Tools by Carolee Schneemann
Schneemann Rescan

Wooden box filled with poured glass and various objects, Parts and Tools by Carolee Schneemann, accompanied with a written reflection by the artist.

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