A key figure in the New York art scene, Amy Sillman, is renowned for her singular approach to painting and drawing. Her writings extend a practice that challenges traditions and theoretical frameworks with criticality and humor, and advocates subjectivity: she reevaluates Abstract Expressionism with a queer eye, explores the meanings of color and shape, and discusses in depth the work of other artists—from Delacroix (and Cézanne!) to Maria Lassnig to Carolee Schneemann to Laura Owens. In 'Faux Pas', a collection of her essays, alongside her cartoons and original drawings, art—as personal as it is political—is a practice that responds to today’s struggles.
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