By Martha Schwendener
Although Eva Hesse (1936-70) is best known for her sculptures and installations using latex, fiberglass and other unorthodox material, she was also an inventive painter and draftswoman.
The first New York exhibition of the late artist Eva Hesse in seven years takes its name from a recurring theme running through her work.
By Stephanie Buhmann
The meeting of Eva Hesse and Sol LeWitt in 1960 sparked a decade-long friendship that led to a fervent dialogue. Taking their unique relationship as its source of inspiration, the exquisite exhibition, Eva Hesse and Sol LeWitt investigates the reciprocal intensity of their rapport.