Sheila Hicks: 50 Years

Exhibition catalog

If  you have been following my posts about Sheila Hicks,  here’s the latest:

The first museum retrospective of Sheila Hicks’s remarkable career just opened at the Addison Gallery of American Art,  Andover,  MA, and will continue through February 27, 2011,  after which it will travel to the University of Pennsylvania,  Philadelphia, PA, and the Mint Museum of Craft and Design,  Charlotte, NC.

For information about the exhibition, contact the Addison Gallery, and for information about the exhibition catalog  (shown above),  contact Yale University Press.

To read my previous posts about Sheila Hicks, click here , here , and here.

4 Responses

  1. Hmmm, I wonder if this is where the artist who creates Quiet Oboes got her idea from??

    • Interesting observation. I wonder . . .

  2. Thanks for the update, Fern. When I first looked at the photo I thought the piece was small but then realized just how big it really is! It’s very interesting and inspiring.


    • Hi, Eva, It’s deceptive because the photo was taken looking down at the tubes from above. It was taken by Cristobal Zanartu in the courtyard of Sheila Hicks’s Paris studio.


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