Lee Bontecou’s (b. 1931, American)
drawings, prints, and sculptures span
the subject matter of black voids,
cosmic orbits, and anatomical forms.
Her consistent, recognizable style has
been attributed to a hyperconscious
awareness of the post–World War II
nuclear arms and space race, coupled
with rapid advances in technology.
Although best known for her sculptural
wall reliefs, Bontecou produced multiple
series of prints that includes the work
Untitled (1986), created as part of the
Universal Limited Art Editions (ULAE)
–Affinities and Outliers: Highlights from the University at Albany Fine Art Collections