Conversation Features Mernet Larsen and David Cohen at the Tampa Museum of Art

“Getting Measured,” 1999.  Acrylic, tracing paper and string on canvas. By Mernet Larsen.  Collection of the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, the State Museum of Florida, Florida State University. Museum purchase with funds provided by Mr. and Mrs. Crouse, 2000 SN11041.1/ Image via the Tampa Museum of Art.

By Greg C. Truax, Publsiher

A conversation at the Tampa Museum of Art  on Sunday (Feb. 11) features  artist Mernet Larsen and David Cohen, a New York art critic and editor of the 

The evolution of Ms. Larsen’s work and Mr. Cohen’s “observations about her painting in relation to contemporary painting practices” will be featured at the 2 p.m. conversation sponsored by the Tampa Museum of Art and in part by Tampa Bay Business for Culture & the Arts.

An exhibition by Ms. Larsen, “Mernet Larsen: Getting Measured, 1957-2017,” runs through Sunday (Feb. 11) at the museum located downtown at 120 W. Gasparilla Plaza.

Lectures are free for museum members and students and only $5 for nonmembers.

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