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Anna Kutera

Polish, 1952–

Comparative System from the Cycle Morphology of the New Reality, Vintage silver prints, 1975.
Comparative System from the Cycle Morphology of the New Reality, Vintage silver prints, 1975.
  • Comparative System from the Cycle Morphology of the New Reality, Vintage silver prints, 1975.
  • Remanant/The Inventory, Vintage silver print, 1980.
  • Its in Squares, Diptych of two vintage silver prints, 1980.
  • Psia Afera/Dogs Affair, Diptych of two vintage silver prints, 1977.
  • Phatic Function, Series of eight vintage silver prints, 1975.
ReturnComparative System from the Cycle Morphology of the New Reality

Inventory number: 8182

Title: Comparative System from the Cycle Morphology of the New Reality

Date: 1975

Medium: Vintage silver prints

Image size: 3¾ in (9.5 cm) high by 22⅞ in (58.1 cm) wide

Description: Composite of nine vintage silver prints. Signed, dated, titled and annotated in pencil on the reverse of the flush- mount.

Illustrated: Anna Kutera, Foto Medium Art, Wrocławskiej Galerii Fotografil, 1977.

Exhibitions: Anna Kutera, Foto Medium Art, Wrocławskiej Galerii Fotografil, 1977.

Notes: Polish artist Anna Kutera works in sculpture, photography film and video, painting and performance art. Like many neo avantgarde artists from the 1950s through the 1970s, she created typologies to delve into social, political and ideological relations. Her typologies, including this one, frequently intimate narratives about the people in her personal life. The announcement for her her 1977 exhibition Foto Medium Art at Wrocławskiej Galerij Fotografil in Wrocław, Poland, where Comparative Systems was first exhibited, accompanies the photograph.

Price: $6,500

 

ReturnRemanant/The Inventory

Inventory number: 8773

Title: Remanant/The Inventory

Date: 1980

Medium: Vintage silver print

Image size: 6¼ in (15.9 cm) high by 5¾ in (14.6 cm) wide

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

Illustrated: Anna Kutera: Remanant/The Inventory, Mala Galeria PSP-PZAF, Warsaw, October 1980, cover [variant].

Exhibitions: Anna Kutera: Remanant/The Inventory, Mala Galeria PSP-PZAF, Warsaw, October 1980, cover [variant].

Price: $2,500

 

ReturnIts in Squares

Inventory number: 8775

Title: Its in Squares

Date: 1980

Medium: Diptych of two vintage silver prints

Image size: 9 in (22.9 cm) high by 6¾ in (17.1 cm) wide

Description: Two vintage silver prints, each 9 x 6 3/4 in. Signed on the mount in white crayon. Titled, dated and credited to the photographer on the label affixed to the mount. Accompanying text on the label affixed to the mount: “The question: - Dear, must everything be in squares? The Answer: Dear, of course not!

Price: $6,500

 

ReturnPsia Afera/Dogs Affair

Inventory number: 8776

Title: Psia Afera/Dogs Affair

Date: 1977

Medium: Diptych of two vintage silver prints

Image size: 5⅜ in (13.7 cm) high by 4⅞ in (12.4 cm) wide

Description: Diptych of two vintage silver prints: 5 3/8 x 4 7/8 and 4 3/4 x 5 7/8 in. Signed on the mount in white crayon. Titled, dated and credited to the photographer on the label affixed to the mount. Accompanying text in Polish on a label affixed to the mount.

Price: $5,500

 

ReturnPhatic Function

Inventory number: 8778

Title: Phatic Function

Date: 1975

Medium: Series of eight vintage silver prints

Image size: 11¾ in (29.8 cm) high by 15¾ in (40 cm) wide

Description: Series of eight vintage silver prints, each print 2 ¼ x 3 ¼,” all mounted to 11 3/4 x 15 3/4” stiff black paper. Signed on the mount in white crayon. Titled, dated and credited to the photographer on the label affixed to the mount.

Price: $6,500

 

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