Tag: Amy Wilson


Amy Wilson: Open book

Unlike contemporary text artists such as Laurence Weiner and his followers, the prolific Amy Wilson is more interested in the narrative use of language than in its semantic meaning. Her current show at BravinLee features her usual cast of innocent, skinny-legged girls, all dressed in micro-minis, surrounded by handwritten text […]


Recommending Beverly Ress

On the art blog Working, Amy Wilson, on a break from writing a stack of recommendation letters, wonders why her talented friend Beverly Ress isn’t an artworld big. In a 2007 art review for the Baltimore City Paper, Deborah McLeod described Ress’s work. “These meticulous colored-pencil drawings float on expanses […]