SECA Art Award 2000: Rachael Neubauer and Kathryn Van Dyke
Foreword by David A. Ross; notes on the artists by Janet Bishop
24 pages, 7 x 10 inches, softcover
Published in 2001
This publication highlights work by Rachael Neubauer and Kathryn Van Dyke, the recipients of the 2000 SECA Art Award, SFMOMA’s biennial award program honoring Bay Area artists. Neubauer explores the relationship between manufacturing and organic forms, and Van Dyke juxtaposes fluidity and specificity as a way of describing human emotion. The diversity of the artists’ approaches is illuminated through illustrations of selected pieces included in the award exhibition and texts by exhibition curator Janet Bishop.
Published on the occasion of an exhibition held at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (February 2–June 12, 2001)
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