Marina Abramovic, untitled, 1991


Marina Abramović is perhaps the most famous performance artist working today. Employing duration, pain, danger, exhaustion, and viewer participation, she works at extremes as she complicates the relationship between art and audience. Abramović exhibited at Documenta in 1977, 1982, and 1992 and at the Venice Biennale in 1976 and 1997. Between 1976 and 1988, Abramović collaborated with German performance artist Ulay to create performances that undermined traditional gender binaries. In the years since, Abramović has worked independently, staging performances that increasingly demand viewer involvement. In her famous 2010 Museum of Modern Art retrospective “The Artist Is Present,” visitors sat across from Abramović in silent communion.




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Untitled Signed and dated l.r.
edition of 250

| DIMENSIONS 82,5 x 62,5 x 4,5 cm (incl. frame)
| PERIOD   1991
| PLACE OF ORIGIN   The Netherlands
| PROVENANCE   private collection, NL
| MATERIALS   silkscreen in modern frame
| CONDITION    in good condition
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Marina Abramovic PERFORMANCS at MOMA New York.

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