Mary Corse, ‘Untitled’, Peter Blake Gallery

About Mary Corse

Best known for her exploration of radiant and interactive surfaces and her innovative technique of painting, Mary Corse first gained recognition for her involvement in the Light and Space movement in 1960s Southern California, along with James Turrell, Robert Irwin, and Douglas Wheeler. Like many of these artists, Corse rejected Abstract Expressionist practices of using accident and relinquishing intention in the application of pigment, favoring instead the controlled formal geometry of Minimalism. As the viewer moves or surrounding light conditions alter, Corse’s works seem to shift subtly, creating a complex spatial and temporal dynamic. As the artist herself eloquently said, “Where there is space, there is time.”

American, b. 1945, Berkeley, California, based in Los Angeles, California

Group Shows on Artsy

Plastic Show, Almine Rech, London
A Tribute To Kiyo Higashi, Peter Blake Gallery, Laguna Beach
Geometric Obsession, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires