Painter and sculptor Eva Hesse (b. 1936, Germany) was a leading exponent of the Eccentric Abstraction art historical movement. At the time of her death in 1970, she lived in New York City and recently had undergone a third operation for a brain tumor.
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The Art Institute of Chicago
List of artist's worldwide museum holdings links to many referenced images.
Guardian Unlimited: Strings Attached
Adrian Searle reviews the Tate Modern retrospective and considers the challenges her work presents to art critics and historians.
Guggenheim: Eva Hesse
Background information on her sculpture 'Expanded Expansion', 1969. Biography is also available.
Haber's Art Reviews - Eva Hesse
Mark Harden's Artchive: Eva Hesse
Biography, images and resources.
MoMA Collection: Eva Hesse
Collection of the German artist since 1960, includes a biography and bibliography.
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Biography and images with descriptions of the works in relevant context presented from the permanent collection.
Tate Collection: Eva Hesse
Works by the artist including historical notes.
Wikipedia - Eva Hesse
Article showing a biography regarding the German-born American sculptor.
Artnet: Still Searching for Eva Hesse
Jeanne Siegel considers the retrospective at Museum Wiesbaden and places the artist in context with her contemporary Minimalist painters and sculptors. (July 01, 2002)
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