The Avant-Garde Artist Lynda Benglis Exhibits Herself Again
Angelike ContisNEW YORK - Of course it’s not allowed, but there is so much about artist Lynda Benglis’ work that makes you want to touch it. Oozing bubbles of latex and wax, modern totem poles with wild colors and glitter and substances of unknown origin are twisted into indeterminate shapes with contoured surfaces. These are some of Benglis’ work on display at the New Museum in Manhattan through June 19. It’s the first retrospective of the artist in New York who made waves when she arrived in here – from Louisiana- in the 1960’s.
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