Addie Herder was an American artist. She was trained at the Tyler School in Philadelphia during the late 1930s and moved to New York in 1946. Herder created elaborate constructions from found ephemera at a time when other artists were making grand statements through painting. Addie Herder’s work has been widely exhibited since the early 1970s and is represented in distinguished private and public collections, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Neuberger Museum and the Hirshorn Musuem.
Madness Will Out, 1988
Mixed media collage construction
16.875 x 12.875 in
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