Dana Schutz and Katherine Bernhardt are among the liveliest American painters to emerge in this country in 15 years, and both opened big new shows over two nights a few weeks ago. Before we get to the exhibitions, a little history to help explain why the reputations of these two painters have careened so much over that time — they’ve been celebrated, passed over for big shows, and become dark horses, all while helping to shape the current charismatic painting moment.

Source: The Maddening Fate of the Bad-Boy Female Artist — Vulture

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