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Molly Larkey (born 1971) is an artist based in Brooklyn.
Larkey, the daughter of American singer-songwriter Carole King and bass player Charles Larkey, was educated at Columbia University and Rutgers University. She is a sculptor working with a variety of materials whose work references formalism and abstraction combined with symbolic imagery and bright colours. She is concerned with the way in which art functions as a means of communication. She has made pencil copies of drawings and manuscript pages of famous writers who have committed suicide.
Project Room, PS1 Contemporary Arts Center, Long Island City
M*A*S*H, Smith-Stewart, New York
I Died For Beauty, Newman Popiashvilli Gallery, New York
Da Damage, Jack the Pelican Presents, Brooklyn
LineAge, The Drawing Center, New York
Off My Biscuit, Destroy Your District!, Samson Projects, Boston
Black Milk, Marvelli Gallery, New York
An Exhibition of Works by Contemporary Women Artists, Bobbie Greenfield Gallery, Santa Monica
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
- Artist’s official site
- Further information from the Saatchi Gallery
- Molly Larkey at ArtistsSpace.org