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Channa Horwitz Review at Saturation Point

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Go to the Saturation Point website for a review by Mark Liebenrood of the Channa Horwitz exhibition on show at Raven Row, London until 1 May.

Channa Horwitz (1932–2013, Los Angeles) was a pioneer of “a distinctly Californian minimalism” in the late 1960s and 70s, although she received scant attention from the art world until the end of her life.

Channa Horwitz, Canon 6 Variation II, 1982 Ink on Mylar. Courtesy Collection Oehmen, Germany, photo by Timo Ohler

Channa Horwitz, Canon 6 Variation II, 1982 Ink on Mylar. Courtesy Collection Oehmen, Germany, photo by Timo Ohler

 

Read the full review here

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Written by Andy Parkinson

April 28, 2016 at 6:27 am

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  1. Appreciate having my attention drawn to individual and serious work I would probably have missed, thanks.

    Natalie Dower

    April 28, 2016 at 8:06 am

    • Hi Natalie. Thanks for commenting. I am new to this work and really enjoying what I am seeing on line. I hope I get chance to see some for real. I am enjoying her ‘visual music’ based on 8 digits (8 notes). In a sense a very reduced means, but actually producing endless possibilities.

      Andy Parkinson

      April 28, 2016 at 2:57 pm

  2. Hi Andy, Thanks for flagging this up.

    Mark Liebenrood

    April 28, 2016 at 10:49 am

    • Hi Mark. You are very welcome. Interesting review, lovely work, an artist I was unfamiliar with and keen to learn more now as a result of your review. I would really like to see this show but couldn’t possibly get there before it closes on 1 May. I hope there will be more somewhere soon.

      Andy Parkinson

      April 28, 2016 at 3:02 pm


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