Artists Quarantine With Their Art Collections

Eva Zeisel, “Eva’s Centerpiece” (1999), satin matte glazed porcelain, 11 parts; 7.5 inches, 9.5 inches, and 12 inches high; in situ (image courtesy of Susan York) Author’s Note: As the global death toll from Covid-19 surpasses 1,000,000 with no sign of slowing, the ubiquity of trauma continues to alter the most familiar features of daily life: eating, getting around, meeting people, even looking at images and objects we’ve been living with for years. In this series, I’ve been asking artists: In the context of the Covid-19 pandemic, do you look at your personal collection differently now, and which works […]


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