Vija Celmins Profiled in New Yorker

August 26th, 2019

A piece in the New Yorker profiles Vija Celmins and the artist’s life and work, including her story of her escape from war-torn Europe to the States during the 1940’s. “My biggest nightmare was losing hold of my mother’s hand, and never seeing her again,” she says. “It wasn’t until I was ten years old and living in Indiana that I realized being in fear wasn’t normal.”

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