Hesse was not happy to be back in Germany, but began sculptures with materials that are left in an abandoned factory: the first sculpture with fabric-covered cord, electric wire, and the Masons, with playful names like Eighter from Decatur and Oomamaboomba. Returning to New York in 1965, she began working in the materials that will be characteristic of her work: latex, plastics and fiberglass. Eva Hesse is also interested in drawing as evidenced by her many books. She was connected with the mid-1960 postminimal anti-form trend in sculpture, participating in New York exhibits, such as Eccentric Abstraction and Abstract Expressionism inflacjonizmu and stuffed (both 1966). In September 1968, Eva Hesse began teaching at the School of Visual Arts. It shows only one man sculpture in her life was polymers in the Fischbach Gallery on W. 57th Street in New York in November 1968, its a big piece of Extensions shown at the Whitney Museum in 1969, the exhibition Anti-Illusion: Process / Materials. There have been dozens of major posthumous exhibitions in the United States and Europe, including the Guggenheim Museum (1972, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (2002), Drawing Center in New York (2006) and The Jewish Museum New York (2006) . With the exception of glass, most of his favored materials age badly, so much of his work presents conservatives with a huge problem. Arthur Danto, writing in 2006 a retrospective of the Jewish Museum, related to spots, dullness in the membrane as latex, tangible material aging. But as a work does not feel tragic. Instead, she is full of life, Eros, even comedy. Each piece in the show vibrates with originality and evil. In 1969, she was diagnosed with a brain tumor brain. Her death in 1970 ended with a career spanning only a decade. (Eva,-39)
Her art is often seen in the light of all the painful struggle of her life, including the escape of Nazi parents' divorce, the suicide of her mother when she was ten years old, her failed marriage and the death of her father. Danto describes her as the CS [I] with the emotional chaos to reinvent sculpture through aesthetic disobedience, playing with worthless material among the industrial ruins of a defeated country, which only two decades earlier, it would have killed her without hesitation. In addition, she has always felt that she struggles for recognition in the male art world. Hesse is one of the few artists that have led to move from minimalism to Postminimalism. Danto distinguishes it from the minimalism of his joy and jokiness and unmistakable whiff of eroticism, his non-mechanical repetition. She was under influence, and, in turn, influenced many renowned artists 1960 until today.
Eva Hesse was, for many artists and friends who knew her so that her memory is just charismatic and memorable to this day. The artist, who made most humanize Minimalism without sentimentalizing was Eva Hesse. Dying of brain cancer at thirty-four years, the age at which most artist's career barely under ...