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Over the course of her career, the groundbreaking Lynda Benglis has used materials as diverse as latex, polyurethane foam, lead, bronze, ceramic, and handmade paper to create pioneering works of art that exemplify her uniquely dexterous ability to move from one modality to another....

The brightly colored surfaces of the sculptures evoke the iconic poured works that Lynda Benglis famously made in the late sixties with, at first, Dayglo pigmented latex and then pigmented polyurethane foam....

The brightly colored surfaces of the sculptures evoke the iconic poured works that Lynda Benglis famously made in the late sixties with, at first, Dayglo pigmented latex and then pigmented polyurethane foam....

The brightly colored surfaces of the sculptures evoke the iconic poured works that Lynda Benglis famously made in the late sixties with, at first, Dayglo pigmented latex and then pigmented polyurethane foam....

The brightly colored surfaces of the sculptures evoke the iconic poured works that Lynda Benglis famously made in the late sixties with, at first, Dayglo pigmented latex and then pigmented polyurethane foam....

The brightly colored surfaces of the sculptures evoke the iconic poured works that Lynda Benglis famously made in the late sixties with, at first, Dayglo pigmented latex and then pigmented polyurethane foam....

The brightly colored surfaces of the sculptures evoke the iconic poured works that Lynda Benglis famously made in the late sixties with, at first, Dayglo pigmented latex and then pigmented polyurethane foam....

The brightly colored surfaces of the sculptures evoke the iconic poured works that Lynda Benglis famously made in the late sixties with, at first, Dayglo pigmented latex and then pigmented polyurethane foam....