Dorothea Rockburne, installation view of “Drawing Which Makes Itself,” 2014.

Dorothea Rockburne

New York

Museum of Modern Art

The works in this riveting exhibition looked as fresh as they did when Dorothea Rockburne first made them—in part because she re-imagined “Drawing Which Makes Itself,” her 1973 solo show at Bykert Gallery in New York. As this exhibition of the same name made clear, MoMA quickly noted the importance of Rockburne’s works, collecting them soon after they were made. The show included, in addition to Rockburne’s on-site instal­lation, acquisitions made from the 1970s through 1982, along with works from the artist’s collection…see the entire review in the print version of July/August’s Sculpture magazine.

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