The reintroduction of Margarett Sargent, whose works haven’t been exhibited since 1936, brings back a lost world of wealth and privileged bohemianism. These intriguing paintings conjure a creator in whom independence, self-indulgence intelligence, passion and a restless quest for beauty mingle to both productive and self-destructive effect.
—Art in America
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Fall 2015 and Spring 2016
Honor will be teaching at the New School MFA Program where is she entering her third year as Nonfiction coordinator Read more