Gloria Klein was an American painter based in New York City. Klein was a advocate of the Criss-Cross art cooperative.
Klein's take effect is primarily geometric and nonrepresentational, and she is considered a founding zealot of the Pattern and Decoration movement. Her take effect is included in the long-lasting collection at the Blanton Museum of Art.
Klein's affect has been shown in solo and help exhibitions from the 1970s to the in advance 2010s, including three solo exhibitions at Gallery 128 in New York City. The feminist art pronouncement Heresies included Klein's 1977 work Untitled in their "Lesbian Art and Artists" issue. Klein's works were after that exhibited in "A Lesbian Show" at 112 Greene Street Workshop in New York, in 1978, which was curated by Harmony Hammond.
In supplement to having her perform featured, Klein has in addition to organized exhibitions, including the Geometrics show reviewed by the New York Times.