By Sarah Sickles

Frances Goodman is one of my all-time favorite artists. There’s just something about her intense and unabashedly feminine artwork that leaves me feeling empowered and fuzzy inside. Frances has a new collection of work at Richard Taittinger Gallery, on view through December 23. Titled Beneath Her, Frances’s latest solo show is all about what’s underneath. When I spoke to Frances at the opening (she’s amazing by the way), she described to me the intense process behind each and every detailed work, as well as her migration to the color red from pink (keep reading, she tells you about it here too!). Frances agreed to a digital interview after returning to South Africa, and our conversation is what follows.

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