Approximately a year before Rosemarie Castoro’s untimely death from complications of cancer, Alex Bacon visited her in her Soho loft and studio, where she had lived and worked since 1965. They spoke about a wide variety of issues relating to her early work from the 1960s, which ranged from dance to minimal painting to performance art. This work is still too little known, even though it had a quiet, yet profound impact on the New York art world of the time, in which Castoro played an integral part.
Read the full Brooklyn Rail interview HERE
Photo (c) the Estate of Rosemarie Castoro