By Ben Perrone
Adele Cohen (1922-02) numbers among Buffalo, New York’s most versatile, prolific, and interesting artists. She exhibited an amazing ability to abstract both personal and emotional responses to the events of the day, sliding seamlessly in and out of the personal imagery of her art to create totally new expressions and images. Focused primarily on her work after 1980 and based on a retrospective of her work at the Burchfield-Penny Art Center, nearly 100 color photographs and excellent analyses of her work by numerous contributors make this beautiful book a window into Cohen’s dark, compelling art.
|Dimensions||11.2 x 9 x 0.8 in|