- Mona Hadler
(b Newark, NJ, Nov 5, 1930; d Dallas, TX, Oct 1, 1999).
American painter and conceptual artist. Lozano studied at the Art Institute of Chicago. After traveling to Europe she moved to New York City where she had a solo exhibition at the Bianchini Gallery in l966 and participated in group shows in that decade at cutting edge galleries such as Green, Dwan, and Paula Cooper. By 1970 her “wave” paintings were the focus of a solo exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. After her intense immersion in the New York art world of the 1960s, where she was befriended by Minimalist and conceptual artists, including Sol LeWitt, Hollis Frampton, Dan(iel Harry) Graham and Carl Andre, she embarked on a self-imposed exile from the city, which included a moratorium on contact with other women. After years of relative obscurity, from the late 1990s her work experienced a renaissance of interest culminating in a major retrospective at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center in New York in ...