Joan Snyder's introduction into the New York art world began with a series of Stroke paintings completed in the 1970s. These paintings were included in the Whitney 1973 Biennial and the Corcoran 1975 Biennial, and were the basis of her first solo shows in New York City, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Although often placed under various umbrellas of art movements - abstract expressionism, lyrical abstractionism, feminism - Snyder's art has never been easily categorized. The changing nature of her work, with its combination of personal iconography, female imagery, aggressive brushstroke, and accomplished formalism, has kept her steadily untagged. For this reason, among others, she remains a highly regarded painter and an influential and important figure in the world of visual arts.About the Author:
Hayden Herrera is a widley published and influential art historian, critic and lecturer. Jenni Sorkin is a critic and curator who has written for Frieze, Art Journal, Art Monthly, and The New Art Examiner. Norman L. Kleeblatt is the Susan and Elihu Rose Curator at the The Jewish Museum, New York.
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