In an interview with Brooklyn Rail from June 2015, Light and Space artist Mary Corse explained that her return to the brushstroke after an intense investigation into reduced, minimal sculpture has been the recognition that “subjectivity and perception is a part of reality, and that’s what sent me back to painting, back to the brushstroke, because you can’t get rid of subjectivity”. Corse’s fixation with light and perception earned her a membership in the exclusively male California Light and Space Movement of the 1960s led by minimalist masters such as John McCracken, Larry Bell and Robert Irwin. Her “Black Light Painting” from 1975 launched a new series of works that investigate the visceral possibilities of the color black and white as it relates to light. At Lehman Maupin Gallery through October 7.