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A survey of drawings by Ingeborg ten Haeff, with an introduction by John Githens.
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Ingeborg ten Haeff's career spans the better part of a century, three continents, and a variety of media. She was honored in 2006 with a solo exhibition at the Städlisches Museum in her native town of Wesel, Germany. In the course of an adventurous life, the artist migrated from Berlin to Rio de Janeiro and thence to New York and Amagansett, L.I., traveled widely in the Americas and Asia, and befriended many of the 20th century's leading creative figures. In the 1950s and '60s her paintings began to win recognition at galleries and museums in the New York area, and she has had numerous shows in the decades since, most recently in the Wesel retrospective and at the New York's Nabi Gallery in 2004 and 2007. The critic Harold Rosenberg called her work an extraordinary kind of inward thinking. She lives in Greenwich Village, in an art-filled apartment on Washington Square.
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