Hannah Wilke Frieze week highlights: latex, terracotta and a Camden catwalk

Apollo Magazine Oct 01, 2018

The late American artist Hannah Wilke is particularly known for her feminist subversion of minimalism, in which semi-abstract sculptures that resemble female genitalia are arranged in grid-like configurations. One of the largest examples of these, an installation from 1974–77 consisting of 103 terracotta forms painted a dusty pink, will undoubtedly be the centrepiece of this exhibition. But I’m also looking forward to seeing Wilke’s vividly coloured paintings and drawings from the early 1960s, which have apparently not been exhibited since her death in 1993.

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