Tag Archives: Lynda Benglis


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Cassils and Robin Black, Homage to Benglis, part of the series "CUTS: A Traditional Sculpture," 2011, six-month durational performance. ©2011 CASSILS AND ROBIN BLACK/COURTESY THE ARTIST AND RONALD FELMAN FINE ARTS

Ad for LGBTQ Show With Photo by Trans Artist Cassils Is Banned by German Rail, Then Allowed

Days before the opening of a traveling exhibition on the history of homosexual and queer identity, the show’s promotional poster has stirred quite a bit of controversy in Germany. The exhibition, “Homosexuality_ies,” which is traveling from two Berlin museums to the LWL-Museum … Read More


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An exterior view of Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, facing northeast. JOSHUA TARGOWNIK, TARGOPHOTO.COM/COURTESY HAUSER & WIRTH

New Kid in Town: Hauser Wirth & Schimmel Opens in Los Angeles

And the artist Henry Taylor inaugurates a space of his own Read More


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A spread from the Spring 2016 issue of ARTnews.

Editor’s Letter: Icons | Spring 2016

A few months ago, on the heels of a merger with BMP Media Holdings, we at ARTnews announced that our magazine would become a quarterly. To many of our readers this understandably may have come as a surprise. After all, … Read More


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The Shape-Shifter: How Lynda Benglis Left the Bayou and Messed With the Establishment

You notice her face first. This is odd, because she’s nude, her body bronzed and oiled, with one wiry arm holding a large double-sided dildo between her legs. Her eyes aren’t even in play; a pair of white sunglasses covers … Read More


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Lynda Benglis, Hills and Clouds, 2014, cast phosphorescent polyurethane and stainless steel, 11' x 19' x 19'. JERRY L. THOMPSON/©LYNDA BENGLIS, LICENSED BY VAGA, NEW YORK, NY/COURTESY THE ARTIST AND CHEIM & READ, NEW YORK

Lynda Benglis at Storm King Art Center

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Pictures at an Exhibition
'Double Eye Poke,' 2015, installation view.COURTESY KAMEL MENNOUR

‘Double Eye Poke’ at Kamel Mennour

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday.Today’s show: “Double Eye Poke” is currently on view at Kamel Mennour gallery in Paris. The exhibition, curated by Béatrice Gross, features works by Dan Flavin, Lynda Benglis, Sol LeWitt, and … Read More


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Marina Abramovic performing The Artist is Present at MoMA in 2010.

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Morning Links: The Abramovic Method Edition

In response to the destruction of antiquities in Syria and Iraq, the UK’s new Conservative government has committed to ratifying the Hague Convention. [The Art Newspaper]An iconic beachfront house in Malibu, California, “one of most important remaining modern houses in … Read More


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Lynda Benglis, Swinburne Egg I, 2009. ©LYNDA BENGLIS/LICENSED BY VAGA, NEW YORK, NY

Lynda Benglis Responds

The following is a response to Maura Reilly’s article “Taking the Measure of Sexism: Facts, Figures, and Fixes” about the current statistics of Women in the Art World. Our coverage begins with our Editor’s Letter.Born in 1941, lives and works … Read More


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Lynda Benglis in the pages of Artforum, April 1974.

Baldessari Interviews Benglis

Interview magazine recently published a conversation between the artists Lynda Benglis and John Baldessari. Benglis calls out Baldessari on a nude portrait he made of his wife, which she refers to as “one of the strongest works” he’s made, though … Read More


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The top half of Lynda Benglis's advertisement in the November 1974 issue of Artforum.


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Morning Links: Lynda Benglis Edition

Find out what art icon Lynda Benglis has been up to in this interview with The Art Newspaper. (Hint: Benglis is currently showing work at the Hepworth Wakefield in Yorkshire until July 1, and has an exhibition of outdoor sculpture coming up at … Read More


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Art Basel Miami Beach’s Public Programming Includes Baselitz, Benglis, and Elmgreen & Dragset

Art Basel Miami Beach, which opens December 3, announced the participants in its Public section today, which will be held in Collins Park and feature 26 installations, from the likes of Georg Baselitz, Lynda Benglis, Elmgreen & Dragset, Ryan Gander, … Read More


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‘Bloodflames Revisited’ at Paul Kasmin

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10 Cool Trends in Contemporary Ceramic Art

From Face Jars to Fractured Fairy Tales, a handy guide to what’s going on today in clay Read More


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14 Artworks That Prove Pink Is Tough

The color that seems softest can often speak most loudly Read More