by Lee Lozano

Lee Lozano: Drawings 1958-64
Lee Lozano
Karma, New York - 75.00€ -

This 640-page volume comprises drawings from a critical six-year period in the development of American painter and conceptual artist Lee Lozano's (1930-99) practice. Her daring, facetious sketches investigate issues of gender and the body through the erogenous anthropomorphization of tools.

Lee Lozano: Drawings 1958-64 includes two newly commissioned essays by Helen Molesworth and Tamar Garb.

Language Pieces
Lee Lozano
Hauser & Wirth - 33.00€ -

In the late 1960s, Lee Lozano conceived of and executed a series of 'language pieces,' written in the pages of her notebooks, consisting of rules and parameters for the actions that would constitute a piece. From offering money to house-guests to smoking as much marijuana as possible, Lozano boldly tested social norms, culminating in two of her most famous works: 'General Strike Piece' (1969), which saw her retreating from the art world completely, and 'Decide to Boycott Women' (1971), in which she ceased engaging with all members of her own gender.

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