"Swimming Upstream" and the Creative (Re)turn

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Carruthers, Victoria. (2022). "Swimming Upstream" and the Creative (Re)turn United States: Kasmin Gallery, New York.
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On occasional Saturday mornings, Kasmin shares essays and interviews that expand critically on the work and practice of the gallery artists. The below text by Victoria Carruthers is drawn from the catalogue Dorothea Tanning: Doesn't The Paint Say It All?, which brings together three new essays on the artist's practice, each focused on a single work from the recent exhibition of the same title. Carruthers' essay explores Pour Gustave l’adoré (1974), an enigmatic painting revisited by Tanning over several decades. Visit the Kasmin Books site to order a copy of the publication, which features additional contributions from Mary Ann Caws and Kate Conley, as well as a republished text by Dorothea Tanning titled "To Paint".

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Date01 Jan 2022
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