Anna Betbeze: Plush Vision
The New York-based artist Anna Betbeze has forged a reputation for works that involve experimentation and unlikely materiality. Using handmade Greek wool rugs known as ‘flokati’ in lieu of canvases, Betbeze submits their plush and shaggy expanses to a host of degradations, arriving at textural works that are remnants of often violent, external processes.
Published on the occasion of the exhibition Anna Betbeze: Plush Vision, at Luxembourg & Dayan, London, in 2015, this illustrated booklet includes an introduction by Stephanie Adamowicz, two essays (one by Jarrett Earnest, another by HW Clobba), 19 images, a biography, and a list of exhibited works.
20 x 12.7 cm. (8.25 x 5.75 in.)