Huguette Caland Profiled in New Yorker

June 10th, 2017

Artist Huguette Caland is profiled in the New Yorker this week, as the artist’s work begins to see broader exposure at the Venice Biennale and elsewhere.  The piece profiles the artist’s life and work, including a story from her daughter, Brigitte, in which the artist entreated a woman to rescue a painting from a Beirut restaurant threatened by bombing, then gifted her with the piece.  “Mom says, ‘Now that the painting is safe, you can keep it if you wish,’ ” her daughter says. “She has it in her living room.”

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