Joyce Cutler Shaw
Joyce Cutler-Shaw (b. 1932, d. 2018) was an artist of intermedia, although drawing was at the heart of her work. She considered drawing to be a primary language, a way of knowing, a mode of inquiry, and an act of empathy. She has exhibited internationally since 1972. Joyce Cutler-Shaw’s works—public installations, drawings, and artists’ books—are represented in both Museum and Library Special Collections including the Albertina Museum in Vienna, New York’s Museum of Modern Art, The 42nd Street Library, the Klinspor Museum in Germany, the Teylers Museum in The Netherlands, the Herbert Johnson Museum at Cornell, the Walker Art Center.