Reviews

In 1982, Nancy Floyd resolved to make a photograph of herself each day, a project she has pursued with a profound sense of duty. This formula is not a contrivance, but also not apart from artifice. Each image is a study in the banality of the everyday.

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Rosemary Mayer worked with fabric at a time when the medium was primarily associated with women’s work, but to her it gave her the freedom to be experimental. A recent exhibition at the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia recreated lost fabric works from the 1970s.

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The hand-built terra-cotta works by the Kenyan-born British artist, on view through October 15 at the High Museum of Art, display a consistency in finish and contour over three decades of production.

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