Mary Corse: 'Then and Now'
Art Now LA
November 11, 2017
Into the Infinite with Mary Corse
November 2, 2017
Light and Space Pioneer Mary Corse, Long Overlooked by Major Museums, Will Get a Survey at the Whitney
October 31, 2017
Mary Corse at Kayne Griffin Corcoran
Contemporary Art Daily
October 23, 2017
Critics' Picks: Mary Corse
October 11, 2014
It is a wonder to step inside Mary Corse’s Cold Room, 1968/2017, an installation that took the artist nearly fifty years to realize. Once you’re past the sliding door and within the small, freestanding space, a distinct feeling of solitude descends. Immediately, skin responds: every exposed inch enlivened by the temperature-controlled room...
'The Painting's Not Really on the Wall': Mary Corse on 50 Years of Her Elusive, Seductive Art, and Shows in Los Angeles and New York
September 29, 2017
In 1967, Mary Corse first came up with the idea to build a cold room to house one of her ascetically minimal, neon-lit light boxes. She imagined giving visitors coats before they entered the chamber. She didn’t get a chance to build the piece at the time...