Kozloff became known as much for her politics as her work. She advocated against the dominance of a predominantly painterly, male, and overly-conceptual art world, arguing for the patterned and the decorative – with its sense of craft, femininity, repetition, triviality, and a more colorful or traditional “beauty” — as a foil to this status quo. Jack Hartnell
Kozloff has worked with maps for much of her career. I have always found them fascinating. I love technology…google maps etc…but there’s nothing like holding the real thing…or folding it!