Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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Francesca Woodman

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Francesca Stern Woodman was an American photographer famous for her black and white photographs. For subject matter, she used young women as models. She also used herself as a model. She used movement and extended exposure times to blur the images she captured. Many of her compositions include nude bodies that blend into their backgrounds or faces that are hidden.
 
« You cannot see me from where I look at myself. »
Francesca Woodman
During her career, Woodman produced an estimated 10,000 negatives, which are owned by her parents as part of her estate. Most of her prints are made in 8 by 10 size and smaller, because she wanted to create intimacy between her photographic images and those who would view them. Many of the images she produced are not named, but catalogued according to the place and date where they were taken.
 
« Am I in the picture? Am I getting in or out of it? I could be a ghost, an animal or a dead body, not just this girl standing on the corner…? »
Francesca Woodman

Francesca Woodman was said to have been influenced by Victorian era women, Greek mythology, and surrealism. Other influences include the novel Nadja by Andre Breton; Man Ray, Duane Michals, Deborah Turbeville and M Read More

Francesca Woodman

Self Portrait With Flower, 1977-1978

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Refers to the art that branched from the feminist art-movement between the years 1960-1970. It grew with the intention of criticizing the 20th century gender ideals including the canon of art history by creation of dialogue between artwork and the viewer through feminist lens.

Julio LE PARC | Dessin Infinie 19 | Marker available for sale on composition gallery

Julio Le Parc

Dessin Infinie 19, 2022

Drawing / Watercolor

Marker

EUR 2,000

Julio LE PARC | Dessin Infinie 13 | Marker available for sale on composition gallery

Julio Le Parc

Dessin Infinie 13, 2022

Drawing / Watercolor

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Julio LE PARC | Dessin Infinie 12 | Marker available for sale on composition gallery

Julio Le Parc

Dessin Infinie 12, 2022

Drawing / Watercolor

Marker

EUR 2,000

Julio LE PARC | Dessin Infinie 1 | Marker available for sale on composition gallery

Julio Le Parc

Dessin Infinie 1, 2022

Drawing / Watercolor

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EUR 2,000