BEVERLY FISHMAN

Beverly Fishman’s abstract reliefs and sculptural works take a “heady” psychological approach to abstraction – inspired by pharmacology

Beverly Fishman’s abstract reliefs and sculptural works take a “heady” psychological approach to abstraction – inspired by pharmacology – rather than obsess over “materiality” of paint and surface in the way men have often done in abstraction’s history.

Beverly Fishman
“I Dream of Sleep”
Miles McEnery Gallery
525 West 21st St, New York
NY 10 September – 10 October, 2020

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