The George Eastman Museum presents Tanya Marcuse: Woven. The exhibition features Marcuse’s latest series of photographs, Woven, which expands on the artist’s long fascination with cycles of growth and decay in the natural world. Her work features flora and fauna gathered from her immediate surroundings and composed into striking arrangements that suggest the abstract, large-scale paintings of Jackson Pollock and the symbolism of medieval tapestries. There are seven photographs on display in the exhibition, that range in size from three feet high and eight feet wide to five feet high and 13 feet wide. One of the works was created specifically for […]
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