Cultured | Why Artist Lynda Benglis Doesn’t Want Anyone Looking Up to Her

January 24, 2024

Mara Veitch

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Lynda Benglis likens her work to an open system, a setup that both responds to and challenges its surroundings. Since the 1960s, the Louisiana-born artist, now 82, has been circling questions of gender representation and the bounds of painting and sculpture in her provocative practice. Though she builds off figures like Jackson Pollock, Benglis traces her first conceptions of what an artist is to a figure much closer to home...

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