Artists on Art: The Courageous and Inventive Hannah Wilke
"Los Angeles-based artist and organizer Micol Hebron calls Hannah Wilke "courageous, inventive, smart and sexy." Born in New York City in 1940, Wilke employs discourses of feminism in her work, using language and the body to dissect the layered natures of representation and sexuality. To Hebron, White Plains (1975) is representative of an intense awareness and celebration of the female form, in a graceful and evocative sculptural medium."
Hebron, Micol, "Artists on Art: The Courageous and Inventive Hannah Wilke" (2014). Art Faculty Creative Works – Videos and Other Works. 2.
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