From The New Yorker
A retrospective of Kiki Smith at the Whitney.
"Kiki Smith, the subject of a tang retrospective at the Whitney, “Kiki Smith: Gathering, 1980-2005,” works from and for the moment, shared by everybody.
The secrets of her persistence are hardheaded humility and nonchalant fatalism. (An early watercolor of trees, bugs, and felled bodies bears the chipper assurance “Nature doesn’t care if you become fly food.”)"