This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast features Phyllida Barlow.
Barlow’s work is included in the Carnegie International, which is on view at the Carnegie Museum of Art through March 16, 2014. Her upturnedhouse (2012) is shown above as it is installed in this year’s International. That’s Willem de Kooning’s Woman VI (1953) in the second picture. Both works are in the Carnegie’s collection. Barlow and MAN Podcast host Tyler Green discussed both this sculpture and this installation on this week’s show.
In other Barlow news, the Norton Museum of Art is showing"Phyllida Barlow: HOARD," through February 23, 2014.
Barlow may be the most prominent European artist with the smallest U.S. footprint. Before this past summer, when the Des Moines Art Center presented "Phyllida Barlow: SCREE," Barlow’s last show at an American museum was in 2005, at Dallas’ McKinney Avenue Contemporary. Next spring Barlow will present new work at the Tate as part of the museum’s Duveens Commission program.
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