Polly Apfelbaum

b. 1955, Abington, Pennsylvania; lives in New York, New York


Apfelbaum’s work is inspired by her interests in popular culture, feminism, and the legacy of postwar abstract painting. Known for her “fallen paintings,” Polly’s exuberance is readily apparent in her colorful Tamarind lithographs. Her visit happened to coincide with the New Mexico State Fair–and the stuffed pink unicorn she won on the midway continues to serve as the workshop’s mascot. Her work is included in major collections around the world.

http://www.pollyapfelbaum.com/

 

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Matt Magee
After Math, 2013
Single-color lithograph, diptych

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Liliana Porter
To Be Wrong, 2013
Three-color lithograph

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Steven Sorman
These Stations - III and XIII, 1990
Two four-color lithographs

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SCUBA: Sandra Wang and Crockett Bodelson
Now Serving, 2015
Single-color lithograph with hand-painted collage element (variable placement)

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David Row
Mutineer, 2014
Six-color lithograph

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