Mary Corse (°1945, Berkeley) earned acclaim in the 1960s for producing pieces ranging from shaped-canvas paintings to ingenious light works. Corse has dedicated the decades since to quietly yet steadily establishing a unique practice at the crossroads of Abstract Expressionism and American Minimalism.
Produced in conjunction with her inaugural solo exhibition at Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Mary Corse is the first major catalogue on an artist whose visibility has unfairly lagged far behind her importance and influence. With an essay by Suzanne P. Hudson and an interview by Alex Bacon, Mary Corse initiates a critical reappraisal of an artist whose singular vision and pioneering contributions to the legacy of American abstraction have been hidden for much too long.
- Hardcover with foil stamp
- Dusk jacket
- Sewn binding