Maria Mangano: Works on Paper
May 1 – June 2, 2017
Maria Mangano is an artist who explores the intersection of nature, museums, and science to address issues of wildness, conservation, and humanness.
Wildlife, especially the kind familiar to people living in cities, figures largely in her work. Birds, in particular, have always captured her interest because of the fractal-like depth of their physical complexity and their significance in human culture as symbols, augurs, and links to the spiritual world.
Mangano specializes in intaglio printmaking, a type of printmaking that includes etching and engraving, as well as watercolor and mixed media drawing.
Our Display Cases are curated by Alex Lakin.