ART & DESIGNYoung at ArtJudging by these hot talents, 80 is the new 20.by Linda Yablonsky05.11.151Photographer: Andreas Laszlo KonrathCarmen Hererra in her New York studio, with works in progress.2Carmen Herrera’s Untitled, 2012. Courtesy of the artist and Lisson Gallery.3Lorraine O’Grady, 2014. Photo by Elia Alba.4O’Grady’s Art Is…(Troupe Front), 1983. Courtesy Alexander Gray Associates, New York © 2015 (Lorraine O’Grady) / Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York5Betty Woodman’s Aztec Vase #13, 2011. Photograph by Eli Ping.6Woodman in her New York studio, 2009. Photograph by Katarina Jerinic.7Pierre Soulages, 2014. Photograph by ADAGP/Artists Rights Society, New York.8Michelle Stuart’s #7 Echo, 1973. Courtesy of Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, New York.9Barbara T. Smith with The Field Piece, 1968–1972, in 1971. Courtesy of the Artist, The Box, Los Angeles/Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York.10Sam Gilliam in his studio, Washington, D.C., 2013. Photograph by Stephen Frietch.11Gilliam’s Change, 1970. Courtesy of David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles.12Agnes Denes’s Wheatfield—a Confrontation, 1982. Courtesy of Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, New York.13A young Denes. Courtesy of Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, New York.14David Medalla, 2014. Courtesy of Venus Over Manhattan.15Medalla’s Cloud Canyons, 1963/2014. Courtesy of Venus Over Manhattan.16Lynn Hershman Leeson’s Plug, 1985. Courtesy of the artist/Bridget Donahue, NYC.17John Mason, 2015. Photograph by Roxanne Morganti.18Mason sculptures at his exhibit “Crosses, Figures, Spears, Torques,” at David Kordansky Gallery, in Los Angeles, 2013. Courtesy of David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles19Jack Whitten’s USA Oracle (Assassination of M.L. King), 1968. Courtesy of Alexander Gray Associates, New York.20Joan Semmel in front of her Skin Patterns, 2013. Photo by Elfie Semontan.21Melvin Edwards in New York, 2012, with his Curtain for William and Peter, 1969/2012. Courtesy of Alexander Gray Associates, New York.22Edwards’s E. C.’s View, 1979. Courtesy Alexander Gray Associates, New York © 2015 (Edwards’s E. C.) / Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York23Barbara Kasten’s Construct 32, 1986. Photograph by Constance Mensch.24Kasten in 2015 with her video installation Axis, 2015. Photograph by Constance Mensch.25Claude Rutault in New York, 2014, with his work A Saturday Morning on the Grande Jatte or at Port-en-Bessin, 2010. Courtesy of Galerie Perrotin.