Beginning in the 1960s, artist Lynda Benglis launched her career making art that pushed against the “muscle-flexing poses and macho manners of her male peers” (The Guardian). From her ‘pours’ which resemble Jackson Pollock-like drip paintings re-presented as sculptures on the gallery floor to her now infamous nude photograph in Artforum in the 70s holding a dildo, Benglis never fails to be fearless when making art. Join Benglis as she revisits these and other projects, including the making of Sierra, in the ICA’s permanent collection, with Mannion Family Curator Ruth Erickson.
Tickets are FREE. A limited number will be available online 24 hours before event; tickets are also available at the ICA starting 2 hours prior to event. Limit 2 per person. Check in at least 15 minutes prior to event, when unused tickets are released.