Artist Hilary Harkness lives in New York City and is represented by Mary Boone Gallery. Jerry Saltz, critic for The Village Voice, wrote about her figures: "Whatever they're involved in, they ooze a bitchy demonic kinkiness, which makes looking at these paintings slippery fun."
|Iowa Class, 14" by 22" oil/linen, 2003|
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Next up: Wei Dong, Tuesday September 28Click here for a complete schedule of 2010 Fall Art & Culture Lectures
The NYAA Library has the following resources available exclusively for NYAA students.
- 9 related books including: Power and Beauty: Images of Women in Art, Representing Women, and The Female Nude: Art, Obscenity, and Sexuality.
- Additional titles on women artists, representation of the body, and contemporary artists.
- Access to scholarly articles and reviews about Hilary Harkness through Gale and ProQuest.
- Images in ArtStor, collected in the Hilary Harkness image group for easy retrieval.