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140 cm x 140 cm
Made in Scotland
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After traveling in Europe for a year, Lozano moved to New York City to pursue her career as an artist. She had her first exhibition in 1966, at the Bianchini Gallery in New York. Many of her early paintings and drawings were done in a raw expressionistic style. Her so-called "comix" often featured hand-held tools embellished to resemble genitalia or positioned in a suggestive manner. These images were sometimes accompanied by provocative texts and sexual innuendos. Lozano's art of this period is often compared to early works by Claes Oldenburg and late works by Philip Guston. In the late 1960s she experimented with a more Minimalist aesthetic, creating monochromatic Wave paintings based on the physics of light.
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