SELECTED ESSAYS FROM EXHIBITION CATALOGS
Gladiators, Amazons, and Superheroes—these figures conjure up images of strength, power and fantasy; however their meaning remains multi-layered. This complexity becomes apparent in Linda Stein’s most recent work The Fluidity of Gender, as she . . .
Drawing on the work of Monique Wittig, this article understands Linda Stein’s Knight Series as a lacunary writing communicating both her challenges to come to representation and her creative registration of subjectivity. The argument is grounded in an . . .
As she concluded her May 2009 keynote address to the National Association of Women Artists, Linda Stein remarked, “Gender constructions and gender constrictions. How do we find the courage, the bravery to break these molds?” . . .
Living and working in TriBeCa, Linda Stein found herself in a disaster zone on September 11, 2001 . . .
Transition through Sculpture The replay of 9/11 still permeates my psyche, though I could not write my thoughts down until more than three years later. Yet visually and viscerally I began to address it in my art and could unconsciously relive . . .
Returning to painting, collage, and mixed media on paper after her creation of sculptures in wood and metal, Linda Stein continues her longstanding exploration of the body as a study in classical idealism and private fantasy . . .
The Morgan Gallery is pleased to be exhibiting the work of Linda Stein with feminist highlights from her thirty year obsession . . .
It was as an artist in the 1970’s that I became obsessed with the face. It came on me rather suddenly, when my then current work involved the nude . . .
Linda Stein offers sculptures that evoke artifacts of bygone civilizations. Her brilliant metal objects are a voyage of discovery, actually derived from our own world. The secret narratives of these found objects are literally embedded in the works . . .
In her sculpture, Linda Stein is an archeologist of text, which for her represents a kind of fossilized civilization . . .
In the late 1980’s, when sculptor Linda Stein began to use the machete blade in her work, she created Blade Space, a lyrical series including many suspended sculptures . . .
True to the spirit of an aircraft, Linda Stein’s East Hampton Airport Sculpture thrusts forward into space . . .
The East Hampton Sky Ride by Linda Stein is a newly completed public sculpture at the East Hampton Airport . . .
Ceremonial objects, objects that speak of the meaning and mystery of life, objects for spiritual rather than daily use are any and every civilization’s first art . . .
There once was a society conceived in imbalance and violence. In this society, as the nature of the imbalance grew, so did the incidence and the fear of violence . . .
Both as a creative concept and cultural statement, Blades, the exciting multi-media project by artist Linda Stein, is a metaphor which addresses one of the most compelling issues of these times . . .
There are few ritual objects in the world which evoke as wide a range of associations in human beings as Scepters . . .