Beth Lipman: Collective Elegy
Through April 4, 2021
Beth Lipman has been transforming glass, metal, clay, film, and images into powerful statements. They highlight death, temporality, identification, and excess for over twenty years. The exhibition puts a decade of work together and is the first major academic appraisal of the artist’s career. Lipman’s art reminds us of where we come from in these tumultuous times. The subjectivity of history, and the need for unity with the wider world. These dramatic pieces, animated by shifting light and stained with exuberant, saturated colours. They transport viewers to the very frontier of what is possible in stained glass today.
Through Apr 4, 2021 Join curator Samantha De Tillio on a tour of Beth Lipman: Collective Elegy. A close look at Lipman’s delicate and complex installation now on view in the exhibition. Beth Lipman and exhibition curator Samantha De Tillio discuss what it means to be an environmentally conscious artist.