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Linda Behar
Solitude, Introspection, & Surrealism
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Amigas I
Woodblock Print
34" x 22" 

    Amigas I

    Woodblock Print
    34" x 22"
  • Amigas II
Woodblock Print
22" x 34" 

    Amigas II

    Woodblock Print
    22" x 34"
  • Amigas III
Woodblock Print
22" x 34" 

    Amigas III

    Woodblock Print
    22" x 34"
  • Queen I
Woodblock Print
20" x 20" 

    Queen I

    Woodblock Print
    20" x 20"
  • Queen II
Woodblock Print
20" x 20" 

    Queen II

    Woodblock Print
    20" x 20"
  • Queen III
Woodblock Print
20" x 20" 

    Queen III

    Woodblock Print
    20" x 20"
  • Queen IV
Woodblock Print
20" x 20" 

    Queen IV

    Woodblock Print
    20" x 20"
  • Retablos III
Woodblock Print
40" x 22" 

    Retablos III

    Woodblock Print
    40" x 22"
  • Retablos I
Woodblock Print
40" x 22" 

    Retablos I

    Woodblock Print
    40" x 22"
  • Retablos II
Woodblock Print
40" x 22" 

    Retablos II

    Woodblock Print
    40" x 22"
  • Under The Ruff I
Woodblock Print
20" x 20" 

    Under The Ruff I

    Woodblock Print
    20" x 20"
  • Under The Ruff II
Woodblock Print
20" x 20" 

    Under The Ruff II

    Woodblock Print
    20" x 20"
  • Under The Ruff III
Woodblock Print
20" x 20" 

    Under The Ruff III

    Woodblock Print
    20" x 20"
  • Under The Ruff IV
Woodblock Print
20" x 20" 

    Under The Ruff IV

    Woodblock Print
    20" x 20"
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Linda Behar

LINDA BEHAR

Solitude, Introspection, & Surrealism
March 4 – May 14, 2020
Reception: Thursday, March 5, 2020 6-8 PM

Linda Behar is a Venezuelan-born artist who has been living in the US for the past two decades. Behar holds a bachelors in civil engineering, an MFA with an emphasis in printmaking from Florida Atlantic University, and is a specialist in glass casting and pate de verre. She had her first solo exhibition at Broward College in 2008 and is an academic whose research mostly concerns feminism and the analysis of messages that the media disseminates through the public.

Behar’s main interests lie in the use of shape and the word’s function as both a noun and a verb. She wants to make her consumers acutely aware of the differences between the expectations posed on individuals by society and the way these individuals are able to form their own sense of self, especially when it comes to those placed on women throughout history. By utilizing videogame and photo editing software, Behar is able to use a laser cutter to create innovative yet traditional woodcut printing plates. The combination of technology as well as traditional printing techniques such as etching, relief, embossing and chine colle allow Behar to use body language to acknowledge and challenge the societal influence of body image.