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Ginger Locks

€2.270,00 EUR

by Ewa Juszkiewicz



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Edition of 75 + 5 APs
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A form of displacement is at work in these paintings once we realize that the human and the non-human are interrelated. This interdependence of human and nature serves as an injunction to look at the world from a different vantage point. This ambiguity reinforces a symbiosis of sorts. Still life subjects are given the treatment usually associated with portraiture; and the ways in which braided hair is being depicted questions the traditional values that had been ascribed to the female body. All in all, paintings that are metaphysical become a way of looking at ordinary things as transient matter, as snapshots of fluid and evanescent states of things.

- Olivier Berggruen, historian and curator

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Quantity Edition of 75 + 5 APs
Technique Archival pigment print on cotton paper
Dimensions 90 x 73 cm 35 3/8 x 28 3/4 in
Language English


Ewa Juszkiewicz

Through her painting, Ewa Juszkiewicz (b. 1984, Gdansk, Poland) challenges visual conventions and confronts stereotypical perceptions of women’s beauty in classical European painting. By deconstructing and reinterpreting the female subject in historical artworks, Juszkiewicz undermines their constant, indisputable character.

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