Hyperallergic published an insightful article about Judy Ledgerwood’s work in relation to the exhibition, written by John Yau, which can be accessed here. Yau contributed his poem Twenty Six Letters for Judy Ledgerwood to the portfolio of Ledgerwood’s prints Chromatic Patterns After the Graham Foundation, published by Manneken Press.
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