Monotypes
  • Women’s Work, Not All of It Ladylike
    January 24, 1999
    William Zimmer, New York Times

    The Zimmerli Art Museum is known as a repository of scrupulous, slightly eccentric collections ranging from French posters to Japonisme to a trove of Soviet nonconformist art. Now, an exhibition is raising consciousness of the National Association of Women Artists Collection.

    Marion Behr represents nature brought indoors in the form of still lifes dominated by flowers in vases. She takes advantage of the loose, finger-painting look achievable in monoprint.