Carolee Schneemann, ‘Ice Naked Skating’, 1972, Richard Saltoun

Photographed by Anthony McCall 1972.

100 x 70 cm (each)

Description
“There is de nitely a seasonal mystery to ice skating in the South Kensington at where I lived with Anthony McCall. After three years in London, I was missing my northern seasons back in New York state, the pleasure of winter sports and I considered the useless ice skates I had brought with me. The sequence was photographed by Anthony in one day.” (Carolee Schneemann)

Signature: All sheets signed in pencil lower right recto

About Carolee Schneemann

American, b. 1939, Fox Chase, Pennsylvania, based in New York, New York

Solo Shows

2017
Frankfurt am Main,
Carolee Schneemann. Kinetic Painting
2016
New York,
Further Evidence - Exhibit B
2014
London,
Carolee Schneemann: Water Light/Water Needle

Group Shows

2018
MOMA, 
New York, NY, USA,
Carolee, Barbara & Gunvor
2014
New York,
AFTERSHOCK | The Impact of Radical Art | (WARNING: CONTENT NOT SUITABLE FOR MINORS)
2002
Exit Art, 
New York, NY, USA,
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