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Linda Fleming / Tony Price
Heydt / Bair Exhibition Space
December 7 - 28, 1982
Organized by James Rutherford, Linda & Rosé Cohen, and Monte Ranes


Tony Price was known in the region for his work with the detritus from the nuclear weapons programs at Los Alamos, and his pieces struck a deep chord within me. The satirical dark humor embedded in his pieces provided a kind of metaphysical release of the negative energy associated with the cloud of New Mexico’s nuclear weapons history I had grown up with. Linda Fleming’s work revolved around manifesting – in sculptural forms –the concepts of quantum physics. This show introduced a new body of her work in which she moved from years of working with hand-colored wood to forms of aluminum and steel.

 


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