Reading through the selected bibliography in the catalog for Louisa Matthíasdóttir: A Retrospective, an exhibition at Scandinavia House, I’m reminded that I’ve been writing reviews of this remarkable painter’s work since 1959—nearly half a century. During this long period, other critics have also favorably reviewed her work, among them Jed Perl, John Ashbery, Harry Rand, Read More
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