Early Work 1960-1970<br>Carolee Schneemann
Early Work 1960-1970<br>Carolee Schneemann
Early Work 1960-1970<br>Carolee Schneemann
Early Work 1960-1970<br>Carolee Schneemann
Early Work 1960-1970<br>Carolee Schneemann
Early Work 1960-1970<br>Carolee Schneemann
Early Work 1960-1970<br>Carolee Schneemann
Early Work 1960-1970<br>Carolee Schneemann
Early Work 1960-1970<br>Carolee Schneemann

Early Work 1960-1970
Carolee Schneemann

Max Hutchinson Gallery, 1982
First edition
Softcover, 28 pages, 175 x 205 mm
Includes 3 original exhibition postcards
Condition: Very Good

 

Carolee Schneemann (1939-2019) was an American visual experimental artist, known for her multi-media works on the body, narrative, sexuality and gender. She is considered to be a prime mover of performance art, a feminist visionary and one of the most influential artists of the late 20th century.

Originally a painter in the Abstract Expressionist tradition, Schneeman was uninterested in the masculine heroism of New York painters of the time and turned to performance-based work, primarily characterized by research into visual traditions, taboos, and the body of the individual in relation to social bodies.

Exhibition catalogue, with an essay by Ted Castle, completed with 3 original postcards.

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