A woven labyrinth of ideas

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A survey of Sheila Hick’s intimate practice with fiber continues in Demisch Danant.

For American artist Sheila Hicks, a Fulbright scholarship to paint in South America was a turning point. For the past sixty years, Hicks developed and intimate practice working with fibers, where her journeys, and discoveries are ‘woven into the fabric of each art work. The artist’s solo show in New York ‘Sheila Hicks: Line by Line, Step by Step’ will give the audience a more encompassing look at the artworks, with extended second chapter running until July 27th. a brand new selection of historical works by the artist accompanied by related French design objects are on the view additionally.

The Maker