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Speaking of Linda Besemer

Artsy Editorial
Apr 10, 2013 6:42PM

“[Besemer’s] paintings are insouciant and mysterious, subtle and bold. They establish visual continuities between what is seen and what is hidden, between the straight and the curved, and between the stiff and flowing. They open a door onto a realm where speculation and revision, metaphysical thoughts and insights into cultural history, can begin.” —John Yau, New York poet and critic

Linda Besemer’s exhibition “Between Known and Unknown” is on view at Angles Gallery, April 13th through May 18th, 2013

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