Marilyn Lerner Shifts Gears, Again by John Yau

I first reviewed Marilyn Lerner’s art in 1989 and have been following her career ever since. Over the past three decades, she has expanded her geometric vocabulary, while staying true to it. That vocabulary, which draws inspiration from Hilma af Klint (whose work was first shown in New York at PS1 in 1989), game boards, tantric art, and Indonesian music, as well as the saturated colors found in traditional Indonesian dance costumes, has slowly but continuously changed.

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@peepso_user_31(Denise Durak)
These are really fun pieces and I sure would like to own one of them!
@peepso_user_75(Kate Hendrickson)
@peepso_user_31(Denise Gonyea Durak) Are you asking me about the MCA? Is it worth the visit.? The vibe is very different from the AIC. I have found the exhibitions to be much more conceptual and that is challenging. If you have not been, check it out.
@peepso_user_75(Kate Hendrickson)
@peepso_user_31(Denise Gonyea Durak) Works are at the Kate Werbly Gallery.