Eisenman, Nicole
July 2000
Art Papers Magazine;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p26
An interview with artist Nicole Eisenman is presented. Eisenman says that when she is exhibiting work in large rambling assemblages of paintings and drawings, she thinks more about theme of the piece than the space. She says that she approached installations from the point of view of a painter, so it is always, ultimately, like looking at a painting as opposed to a more theatrical approach.


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