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Natalia LL [Lach-Lachowicz]

Polish, 1937–

Stłowo [Word], Vintage silver print, 1971.
Stłowo [Word], Vintage silver print, 1971.
  • Stłowo [Word], Vintage silver print, 1971.
  • Miejsca Oddalone o 1500 km [Places 1500 Kilometers Apart], Six vintage silver prints, ca. 1970.
ReturnStłowo [Word]

Inventory number: 7738

Title: Stłowo [Word]

Date: 1971

Medium: Vintage silver print

Image size: 8½ in (21.6 cm) high by 6⅝ in (16.8 cm) wide

Description: Signed, titled and dated in pencil on the reverse of the print.

Notes: Natalia LL is the pioneer of feminist art in Poland. Early in her career she used photography and video to introduce her notion of permanent registration by depicting small, everyday actions where time and space are marked in regular intervals. From the early 1970s onward she addressed gender stereotypes in a patriarchal, consumerist society. This focus rapidly brought her attention from the West, and she was soon participating in international exhibitions. Consumer Art, her best-known feminist project in film and photography, satirizes the commodification of women’s bodies.

Price: $6,500

 

ReturnMiejsca Oddalone o 1500 km [Places 1500 Kilometers Apart]

Inventory number: 7458

Title: Miejsca Oddalone o 1500 km [Places 1500 Kilometers Apart]

Date: ca. 1970

Medium: Six vintage silver prints

Image size: 10¼ in (26 cm) high by 9¼ in (23.5 cm) wide

Description: Signed and titled in pencil on the reverse of the photographs.

Notes: Natalia LL is the pioneer of feminist art in Poland. Early in her career she used photography and video to introduce her notion of permanent registration by depicting small, everyday actions where time and space are marked in regular intervals. From the early 1970s onward she addressed gender stereotypes in a patriarchal, consumerist society. This focus rapidly brought her attention from the West, and she was soon participating in international exhibitions. Consumer Art, her best-known feminist project in film and photography, satirizes the commodification of women’s bodies.

Price: $6,500

 

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