Ep. 43 - Carmen Herrera's "Blanco y Verde (no. 1)" (1962)
The Lonely Palette is currently the podcast-in-residence at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, highlighting five objects from the ongoing exhibition "Women Take the Floor."
This week: let's join 104-year-old Cuban-American Hard Edge painter Carmen Herrera in celebrating the straight line: not just the shortest distance between two points, but the most infinitely beautiful as well.
See the images:
Lobo Lobo, “Old Ralley”
The Blue Dot Sessions, “Throughput,” “Scallat,” “Rally,” “Where It All Happened,” “The Consulate”
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