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Sheila Hicks: 50 Years Opens at ICA

Posted on: Friday, March 25, 2011

detail of work by Sheila Hicks

"The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) presents Sheila Hicks: 50 Years, the first major retrospective to honor this extraordinary American artist. Sheila Hicks has built an international reputation with her two- and three-dimensional works in fiber. Her remarkably far-reaching artistic focus has encompassed painting, sculpture, photography, weaving, fabric design, writing, publishing, teaching and collaborations with architects."

"Born in Hastings, Nebraska in 1934 and a resident of Paris since 1964, Hicks is a pioneering figure noted for small woven works and public commissions whose structures are built of color and texture. Independent in spirit and itinerant in practice, she deliberately and provocatively engages what are often considered mutually exclusive domains, rethinking and pushing the limits of generally accepted contexts, conditions, and frameworks."

above excerpts from ICA's website
on view March 24 to August 7, 2011


Anonymous said...

ooh ahh!

I just got her huge heavy book.

Isnt she amazing with such a body of work.

That first class plane interior is a breath taker.

Robyn said...

thanks for sharing this...

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