Drexler's artwork "Night Visitors," depicting a woman laying on a bright green floral couch with her head facing curtains with the same green pattern opening up to a scene of men in black suits walking on a grey pathway in a black background.
"Night Visitors," 1988. Acrylic, paper, canvas, collage, painting; 24 x 30.13 in.

The VRC has just added images to MDID from the new catalogue, Rosalyn Drexler: Who Does She Think She Is?, which features a comprehensive selection of artist Rosalyn Drexler's major paintings and early sculptures that hadn't been exhibited since 1960. The publication also includes various archival materials, documentation of her performances/ theatrical work, and photos recalling her role in the downtown New York scene.Pick up the book on our New Books shelf if you like what you see!

Photo: Rosalyn Drexler / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York and Garth Greenan Gallery, New York