ON THE OCCASION OF A RECENT EXHIBITION OF WORKS BY THE BIKER-TURNED-ARTIST NORBERT KOX, CATHY WARD RECALLS VISITING THE LATE PAINTER OF APOCALYPTIC VISIONS AT HIS HOME IN WISCONSIN. SEE THE BIG PAGE!
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by Edward M. Gómez
with Jeffrey Vallance, Martha Bayless, Wendy Snyder, and David Bjerklie
by John Foster
by Jon Waldo
Martha Wilson was the founding director of New York's Franklin Furnace Archive, a former alternative-space arts venue that is now an online research resource and sponsor of artists’ grants. She is also an influential performance and visual artist. Now, her solo exhibitions are opening in Paris at the Musée National d’Art Moderne (Pompidou Center) and at mfc-michèle didier. Her work will also be seen at the new Bourse de Commerce/Pinault Collection. Free access to this article.