Marjorie Welish, ‘Undecidability of the sign: Frame 7’, 2003, ART 3

The series “Indecidability of the Sign: Frame” is closely linked to architecture. You can see these works in context in the video “Push Bar to Open” where art and text interpret functional transformation in the Inverleith House in Edinburgh, from a 18th Century residence to a 20th-century project space for art. That project was done on a Fulbright scholarship and finished on a Guggenheim fellowship and resulted in Welish’s nomination for a prize by “Anonymous was a Woman”.

Marjorie Welish is in the following public & private collections:
The Metropolitan Museum of Art (print dept)
The Getty Museum
The Beienecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University
Smith College Museum of Art
Bowdoin College, Brunswick Maine
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
The Progressive Corporation, Ohio

Some private collections include:
Collection of Agnes Gund
Werner Kramarsky
Frederica Hunter, TX
Stephen and Naomie Antonakos
Anna and Marty Rabinowitz

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About Marjorie Welish