With postmodern savvy, Andrea Zittel’s new works study frontierism as a phenomenon whose legacy continues to reverberate within the American imagination. Her recent exhibition featured examples from two distinct bodies of work. One, a room-scaled installation, extends traditional definitions of sculpture as an object that re-presents the real in mimetic fashion. The second presents a phenomenally rich, ongoing body of work that celebrates traditional women’s work as art. Absent from this exhibition were the A-Z Living Units that brought Zittel recognition in the early 1970s. These works offered conceptual solutions to the high costs and small spaces of living quarters in cities like L.A. and New York..…see the entire review in the print version of April’s Sculpture magazine.