D'ARCY GALLERY

1091 MADISON AVENUE

NY, NY

MAY 2 TO MAY 20, 1967

“Lewandowski-Lois’  machine paintings evoke an almost anthropomorphic power.”

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF WOMEN IN THE ARTS

 

 

“Lewandowski-Lois’ paintings leave you wondering why Léger, a pioneer in revealing the esthetic potential of industrial forms, bothered to simplify them as he did. Léger’s simplification even begins to seem more like emasculation.”

JOHN CANADAY, THE NEW YORK TIMES

 

 

“A certain dead-pan humor, with a fine sense of balance and proportion, and a delicate feeling for coloring. Her fusion of exquisiteness and camp is startlingly effective, with a fresh, early Pop note.”

 ART NEWS

 

 

“Lewandowski-Lois’ work owes as much to Paul Klee as to IBM. Once her machines have been abstracted from their everyday setting, they evoke emotional overtones.”

ARTS MAGAZINE