Eva Hesse > Eva Hesse (1936–1970) spent much of her decade-long career engaged in drawing—at times even in her sculpture. Perhaps more than any artist of her generation, Hesse brought qualities of line off the page into her 3-D work, redefining contemporary art. This exhibition, co-organized by the Drawing Center and the Menil Collection, brings Hesse’s drawings to
the fore with a survey of 100 “finished” works on paper.
—Ian Daly

THE DRAWING CENTER // New York
Through July 15

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