• Jackie Ferrara

    Indianapolis Museum of Art

    Jackie Ferrara’s niche in the history of modern art has been built patiently and assiduously, piece by individual piece, much like her sculptures. Since the ’70s her art has been widely viewed as having humanized some of the cooler excesses of Minimalism. Ferrara’s wood sculptures, of imaginary and inventive architectural edifices and spaces, gesture toward craftsmanship and a kind of hard-won harmony. This traveling retrospective includes 70 sculptures, drawings, and models, many for public commissions, and is the most extensive Ferrara has yet received, providing a very rich and satisfying

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