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CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/17/2017

Bob Nickas on Lee Lozano, c. 1962

In this small, pretty-much-perfect Lee Lozano exhibition catalog from Karma, curator, critic and Lozano authority Bob Nickas describes the artist's self-imposed exile from New York. "Lozano departed while still very much among the living, flipping a cerebral bird to the New York gallery world in 1971 never to return, an absence that extended for twenty-eight years, until her death in 1999. Her departure, it’s important to note, was not precipitated by the usual frustrations and disappointments that may occasion an artist to stop, or give up, having been offered less and less or nothing at all, but because she wanted something more of herself: to be the primary, driving force of her own destiny, no longer reliant on others for approval, love and direction." For a variety of reasons—including stellar texts, excellent design and production, and of course the work itself—this book is a must-have. Read more here.

Lee Lozano: Lozano c. 1962

Lee Lozano: Lozano c. 1962

Karma, New York
Clth, 8 x 10.25 in. / 96 pgs / 41 color.





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