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Norma Minkowitz (American, b. 1937)
5/6/2016 - Modern Art: Live Salesroom Auction
Dementia
fiber and mixed media
ca 1988
ht. 20, wd. 13.75, dp. 9 in. 
 
For the artist, her interlaced and hardened mesh sculptures are statements about enclosure and entrapment, creating work that is both personal and psychologically complex.  Minkowitz's work draws on the cycles of death and regeneration. 
 


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