News on Karshan's work and ongoing projects
Ongoing Film Project:
A Moth can Turn the Balance
Upcoming Film Project:
Silhouette in Balance,
Linda Karshan at the Abbey of San Giorgio, from Sunrise to Sunset
a film by Marco Agostinelli, Produced by R.O.S.A.M
September 18, 2018
Press: Equilibrio featured on Sotheby’s Museum Network Website
June 28, 2018 - Linda Karshan Studio, London
Selection process for upcoming exhibition:
Equilibrio - Linda Karshan - Art, Architecture and Sacred Geometry in conversation
Exhibition Location: San Giorgio Maggiore Abbey, Venice, Italy
Exhibition dates: August 26 - October 7, 2018. Vernissage August 25, 2018
"The Renaissance studiolo was a space devoted, in theory, to private reading and contemplation. But at the Italian Courts of the 15th Century, it had become a space of luxury, as much devoted to displaying the taste and culture of its occupant as to studious withdrawal.
My Studiolo View, conceived for San Giorgio Maggiore Abbey in Venice, reflects precisely my studious withdrawal. It shows the variety of my reading and research, as well as a selection of prints and drawings.
Assembling this material was second nature. It was ready to hand, readily spotted and selected to create an overview of me within my world of ideas, which enriches my studio practice on a daily basis." - Linda Karshan, May 2018
Above photograph credits © Ishmael Annobil; All Rights Reserved
Visit the Equilibro exhibition page for further information:
Linda Karshan, Untitled, 1995 on view at Courtauld Gallery, London
Courtauld Gallery, London
From January - June 2018 Linda Karshan's drawings, Untitled, 1995 was on view in a mixed hang with other seminal 21st-century artworks from the Courtauld's permanent collection.
THE COURTAULD INSTITUTE OF ART, SOMERSET HOUSE, STRAND, LONDON WC2R 0RN
Linda Karshan at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gallery talk on her prints included in the exhibition
PICTURING MATH: SELECTIONS FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF DRAWING & PRINTS
Linda Karshan Gallery Talk: April 19, 2017
The visualization of mathematics has taken many forms since the advent of printing. Animated by tensions between the abstract and the figural, the geometric and the gestural, these works from The Met collection show how artists from the 15th century to contemporary times have engaged in the creation and communication of mathematical knowledge through the use and production of images.
On view from January 31 - May 1, 2017 The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 690