"Throughout her thirty-year career, artist Kiki Smith has repeatedly employed techniques warranting the recognition of her artistic process. Her photographs fulfill a similar purpose, documenting everything from the onset of inspiration to the final result.--- from Rena Silverman's review of Kiki Smith: Photographs by Elizabeth A. Brown in photo-eye Magazine.
Cinematic sequences of Smith's visions and revisions are packaged into five symmetrical grids and woven through the critical findings of curator Elizabeth A. Brown in an adventurous journey through the artist's creative routine. But Brown's essay has been written so well and Smith's work presented so well, that it's hard to ignore a craving for the raw, unsaturated beauty of each fiber separately."
Read the full review here.