Some artists leave us tangled legacies– reputations tied up in creative theft, family feuds and unresolved estates. Others, like Adolf Wölfli, leave us a veritable Pandora’s Box for consideration. At a glance, Wölfli’s work oozes the sentiments of Psychedelic art; its kaleidoscopic swirls of colour look fresh off the Haight Ashbury, circa 1967. In truth,…
“she paints as the mouse moves” – Author’s description
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In this episode of Like Art, Moroccan-born artist Meriem Bennani takes us on one of her inspiration walks in New York City.