Exploding Restraints: A Conversation with E.V. Day
by Christopher Hart Chambers
After several years of working for private art dealers and artists in their studios, and generally pounding the pavement as young artists do, E.V. Day was content exhibiting in nonprofit venues when the thunderbolt struck. A curator who had shown her work while she was still in grad school at Yale called out of the blue, inviting her to participate in the 2000 Whitney Biennial. As you might imagine, Day’s life took a somewhat different trajectory after that call. She had never had a solo exhibition. She had no gallery representation...see the entire article in the print version of January/February's Sculpture magazine.