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Published on Jan 16, 2017
James Kalm pedals through slush and blizzard to bring viewers a glimpse of an exhibition of drawings and the panel discussion “A Life and a Legacy” of Elizabeth Murray, at Canada Gallery. Elizabeth Murray (1940-2007) is perhaps one of the most unique and significant painters to emerge during the “re-discovery of painting” in the mid to late 1970s. Though a contemporary of the “Big Boys” of Neo-Expressionism, Murray was always a pioneer in her investigation of form and how it emerges from the traditional two dimensional picture plane into actual space. Having reached this panicle of recognition, the artist always maintained her sense of, and solidarity with, feminist ideals and content. This panel discussion was organized with Canada Gallery, and Jason Andrew. The panel members include: Linda Yablonsky moderator, Suzanne McClelland, Pat Steir, Judy Hudson, Deborah Kass, Yevgeniya Baras, and Kianja Strobert. This program was recorded January 14, 2017. For more information on Elizabeth Murray go to https://elizabethmurrayart.org/