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Judy Glantzman, Puppetry, 2013, Mixed Media, 40 x 39 3/4 in. (101.6 x 100.97 cm)

A CONVERSATION: JUDY GLANTZMAN by New American Paintings
May 15, 2013, 8:30 am 
Filed under: Interview | Tags: A Conversation, Arthur Pena, Judy Glantzman

To know Judy, a wonderful and generous artist and teacher, one has to reconcile her kind spirit with her absolutely gruesome work. Body parts, heads (so many heads!) and objects of destruction are rife throughout her recent solo show at Betty Cunningham Gallery. Glantzman’s raw imagery, what Peter Plagens of the Wall Street Journal called “studenty” (a term Glantzman enjoys) is tough to deal with. Addressing her personal relationship to the idea of war while pulling from the works of Goya and Picasso, Glantzman “orchestrated” over 200 pieces for the viewer to work through, a feat for both sides. After mounting her show and while commuting between Providence and New York, Glantzman and I had a conversation. - Arthur Peña, Dallas Contributor

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