Friday, April 15, 2016

Party Reading

It was a nice enough party -- a birthday for a friend -- but there comes a point at any party, after what amounts to the duration of a feature-length film, that I need a break from the people and the food and the booze, so I find myself standing before that age-old dispenser of knowledge -- the bookcase -- looking for a way -- any way -- out of this world.

In this case, Lucy Lippard's book on Eva Hesse, which, like an old friend, I reach for, excited to experience once again those old drawings, of groovy tubes and curvaceous sacs, from an artist who understood the desire for what came to be known as Minimalism, but also a freeing up of that which, for many in the early-60s, had been repressed.

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