Our friend Fanny Sanin is having a talk tomorrow at her gallery Latin Collector today. She's really artist who's worth hearing. She had shown with my mother in the past and so we share some history. The following is information from her e-card on tonight's Talk.
7-9 pm, talk starts at 7
37 West 57 Street
Please join us Thursday July 2nd, 2009 for a talk by Michelle Heinz about the work of Fanny Sanin. Fanny Sanin will be answering questions
about her work directly after the talk.
Fanny Sanín is one of Latin America's most distinguished and well-
respected abstract painters. Though she has worked outside of any
group affiliation, Sanín has remained faithful to the principles of
hard-edge abstraction since the early seventies and has constantly
created enigmatic color combinations and architectual shapes that
create subtle spatial suggestions that feel monumental.
Sanín studied at the University of the Andes in Colombia and pursued
graduate studies at the University of Illinois and the Chelsea School
of Art in London. Her work has been included in over 300 shows
including the landmark exhibition Latin American Women Artists
1915-1995 and is included in many important collections worldwide.