Translations:Leah Berliawsky Sadie/6/en
In 1935 she participated in a group show at the Brooklyn Museum in New York. Six years later, in 1941, she presented her first solo show at the Nierendorf Gallery, also in New York.During this period, the artist produced works with wood, terracotta, bronze, and plaster. Throughout her life, the artist presented more than one hundred solo exhibitions. As a way of discovering new concepts in her work and taking on particular styles, she studied engraving with the British artist Stanley William Hayter, founder of “Atelier 17”..
- Louise Nevelson. Guggenheim Museum. https://www.guggenheim.org/artwork/artist/louise-nevelson