Ida Applebroog

Last winter, Hauser & Wirth showed Ida Applebroog: Monalisa, for which the artist returned to a 1969 project: “Each drawing chronicles an intimate act of self-exploration by a woman and artist.”

The gallery published a catalog with essay by Julia Bryan-Wilson. There was a preview by Randy Kennedy and reviews by Andrea Kirsh (the artblog) and Kathleen Massara (The L). See Art:21, Feldman Gallery, the Brooklyn Museum, and idaapplebroog.com. Also: