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Andrea Fraser

Museum Highlights, 1989

Single-channel video (Betacam SP NTSC)
Location
Los Angeles
About the work
Medium
Video/Film/Animation
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Courtesy of the artist
Andrea Fraser
American, b. 1965
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Performance and video artist Andrea Fraser is known for her institutional critique in works such as Official Welcome (2001), in which she delivered a monologue satirizing the bombastic language used when presenting art exhibitions and prizes, or the controversial Untitled (2003), a videotaped encounter in which a collector paid $20,000 in exchange for sex with the artist, posing the question of whether art is prostitution. Elsewhere, she has created color print mash-ups of works by modern and Renaissance masters like a Jackson Pollock and Titian.

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About the work
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Video/Film/Animation
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Courtesy of the artist
Andrea Fraser
American, b. 1965
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Performance and video artist Andrea Fraser is known for her institutional critique in works such as Official Welcome (2001), in which she delivered a monologue satirizing the bombastic language used when presenting art exhibitions and prizes, or the controversial Untitled (2003), a videotaped encounter in which a collector paid $20,000 in exchange for sex with the artist, posing the question of whether art is prostitution. Elsewhere, she has created color print mash-ups of works by modern and Renaissance masters like a Jackson Pollock and Titian.

Andrea Fraser

Museum Highlights, 1989

Single-channel video (Betacam SP NTSC)
Location
Los Angeles
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