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From the vault — January 2007 — Rosalyn Drexler at Pace-Wildenstein

[In celebration of artblog’s 10-year anniversary in 2013, we’re bringing you posts from the past. Here, Roberta raves about a 2007 retrospective of pop artist Rosalyn Drexler’s work — the artblog editors] Painter of pop noir, Rosalyn Drexler, whose collage paintings from the 1960s blew us away when they appeared at Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery in 2004, is having a solo show at Pace Wildenstein Gallery [which returned to being the Pace Gallery in 2010]! This is excellent news for all who are interested in correcting art history’s record and including strong artists like Drexler who were overlooked the first time around. I interviewed Drexler ... More » »

"Green Triptych" by Marjorie Strider, 1963, acrylic paint, laminated pine on masonite panels, 105 x 72 inches. Courtesy of the Artist/Collection of Michael T Chutko, Photography by Randal Bye.

Women of Pop – you saw the show, now read the book and watch the dvd

Sid Sachs has been writing artists into the art history record for as long as we’ve known him. Tom Nozkowski (at least a decade before he got regular and deserved coverage), Chris Martin, Ree Morton, Rosalyn Drexler– those are a few of the names we knew first through Sachs, who championed them as curator of the UArts gallery, Rosenwald-Wolf.

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Amazing, thoughtful review of Sid Sachs’ Seductive Subversion show (originating at Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery and now at the Brooklyn Museum) by Ken Johnson in Friday’s NY Times.  The show is Sachs’ original scholarship on the Women of Pop era, long unsung and overlooked.

Rosalyn Drexler at the opening, in front of her painting Home Movies, 1963, oil and synthetic polymer with photomechanical, reproductions on canvas, Courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC

Seductive Subversion: Women of Pop at UArts

Some great Pop artists who have fallen off the art historical map are now on view in the exhibit Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists 1958-1968, at the University of the Arts.

Drexler Mania!

Pop Artist Rosalyn Drexler to Receive Honorary Doctorate at 129th Uarts Commencement From today’s press release: Pop Art pioneer Rosalyn Drexler will receive an Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts degree and address more than 500 graduates and their friends and families at the 129th Commencement of The University of the Arts on May 24 at Philadelphia’s famed Academy of Music. Said UArts President Miguel Angel Corzo: “It gives me great pleasure knowing that the University will honor an artist as committed to her crafts as Rosalyn. The versatility and interdisciplinary spirit of her work exemplifies the spirit of The University ... More » »

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Rosalyn Drexler at PaceWildenstein

Rosalyn Drexler, Race for Time, 1964 Here’s a few photos from the opening Thursday night of Rosalyn Drexler‘s show “I am the Beautiful Stranger: Paintings of the ’60s” at PaceWildenstein. We at artblog have been beating the drum for this artist since we saw her amazing show in 2004 at Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery. Rosalyn Drexler, right, dressed like her paintings, in 3 basic colors: white, black and red. We asked the artist, who we believe may be 80 years old, how she got this show at Pace. She told us that she emailed Arnie (Glimcher, head of the gallery), with whom ... More » »

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Roxalyn Drexler at Pace-Wildenstein–Go!

Painter of pop noir, Rosalyn Drexler, whose collage paintings from the 1960s blew us away when they appeared at Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery in 2004, is having a solo show at Pace Wildenstein Gallery! This is excellent news for all who are interested in correcting art history’s record and including strong artists like Drexler who were overlooked the first time around. I interviewed Drexler in 2004 (read the Q&A) and found her to be a warm, smart, nicely-quirky and delightful person. The Pace show, in the gallery’s 545 W. 22nd St. space, is called I am the Beautiful Stranger: Paintings of the ... More » »

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Rosalyn Drexler: “You couldn’t have known my work. How could you?”

. RD I thought I had better get these blown up so I can see them. I was interested in posters, newspapers, magazines…they were very interesting to me. Some were very large. I found a place that would do it. You’re right there was no Kinkos. I told them don’t make it too clear or strong because I want to paint over it. RF Why didn’t you trace the outline or project it…why did you go right over the image? (image is from the “Love” series in the 1960s. This painting has the Bob Thompson on the back.)RD The reason ... More » »