St. Paul artist Anne Labovitz examines the intersection of health, wellness, and art in new exhibit in Rochester
By Kathy Berdan -
May 10, 2023
Anne Labovitz brings art, healing together at the Rochester Art Center
The internationally known artist is leading gallery tours of her latest show, The Nexus of Well-Being and Art, which is showing at the Rochester Art Center through July 30.
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One is “The Nexus of Well-Being and Art,” made of work by Anne Labovitz, who plays with color, light and soft, gentle arcs. In a new commission, “Will to Meaning,” (2023), Labovitz hangs giant scrolls in the atrium of the building, cascading down over numerous stories. You can see all the way to the top of the sculptural work, which Labovitz made using acrylic on Tyvek (a synthetic, paper-like material). You can also view it from different vantage points as you walk up the stairs. Labovitz achieves a marble effect with the bleeding paint, which drips in different directions and swirls with energy. The gallery also holds the mesmerizing “Well Being LightWindows”, backlit with LED lights, and interactive stations that engage visitors in questions about wellness. It’s a calming, meditative body of work. Labovitz’s exhibition is open through July 30. A catalogue release takes place June 2, 6:30 p.m. (Free).
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Anne Labovitz on exploring the art of medicine on the 4 with with anchors Erin Hassanzadeh and Jeff Wagner
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