Pay tribute to Dorothea Rockburne at New York's MoMA
From 21 September 2013 To 20 January 2014Address
Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019
New York is a city that is packed with some of the finest art in the entire world, so it can be hard to find narrow down your search to discover something that sticks out, but you may well achieve that if you visit an upcoming Dorothea Rockburne exhibition.
The Museum of Modern Art is hosting Dorothea Rockburne: Drawing Which Makes Itself from September 21st, with the display set to remain in place until January 20th.
Rockburne is famous for creating a series of pieces with carbon paper, which she had the skill to be able to manipulate in order to form carefully etched ruled lines.
A number of structures were made in this way and they are designed to engage the viewer - an experience that will be on offer when the exhibition in New York opens this month.
The Premier Hotel can act as a suitable base for anyone heading to the exhibition, as it lies just a four-minute drive away from the museum.
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