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CLOSING TOMORROW “Betty Woodman: Conversations on the Shore, Works from the 1990s," David Kordansky Gallery, New York, October 29-December 17, 2022

L to R: Installation views, "Betty Woodman: Conversations on the Shore, Works from the 1990s," David Kordansky Gallery, New York, 2022. All images Courtesy of David Kordansky Gallery. Photography: Phoebe d’Heurle.

CLOSING TOMORROW “Betty Woodman: Conversations on the Shore, Works from the 1990s” at David Kordansky Gallery New York.

Of this group of works from the 1990s, many not seen for decades, Johanna Fateman wrote in her recent review in The New Yorker: “As with everything on view in this wonderful show, the installation is so gestural and so fluid that it’s easy to forget that the ecstatic whole is composed of brittle parts.” Look out for a fully illustrated catalogue in the summer of 2023, which will include new scholarship on Woodman’s work from this career-defining period and related archival images.

Many thanks to the exceptional team at David Kordansky Gallery for their deep commitment to Betty Woodman’s work and for presenting it so beautifully here; SculptureCenter, Kyle Dancewicz, Amy Sherlock and Judith Tannenbaum for a fascinating panel discussion of this critical period in Woodman’s career; the many friends and supporters who made the exhibition such a success; and Betty Woodman herself for her singular, exuberant, iconoclastic and inspiring vision.

Wishing you all the happiest of holidays!

For more information on this exhibition, click here.

To read Johanna Fateman's review in the New Yorker, click here.

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