Ilana Savdie, Thirty-Seven Counts and Trismus

Abstracted human, animal, and parasitic forms create both an alluring and grotesque image.

Ilana Savdie, Thirty-Seven Counts, 2023, pen and ink and acrylic on paper and Ilana Savdie, Trismus, 2023, pen and ink and acrylic on paper (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York) © Ilana Savdie. Speakers: Angelica Arbelaez, Rubio Butterfield Family Fellow, Whitney Museum of American Art, and Steven Zucker

Ilana Savdie: Radical Contractions exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art

Ilana Savdie’s website

Angelica Arbelaez, “Misdirection as Resistance,” Ilana Savdie: Radical Contractions, Whitney Museum of American Art exhibition essay (2023).

Cite this page as: Angelica Arbelaez, Rubio Butterfield Family Fellow, Whitney Museum of American Art and Dr. Steven Zucker, "Ilana Savdie, Thirty-Seven Counts and Trismus," in Smarthistory, May 2, 2024, accessed May 28, 2024, https://smarthistory.org/ilana-savdie-thirty-seven-counts-and-trismus/.