Kiki Smith, ‘See’, 2008, Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper, Ink, coloured pencil and glitter on Nepalese paper, Mirav Katri
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Kiki Smith

See, 2008

Ink, coloured pencil and glitter on Nepalese paper
19 7/10 × 29 1/2 in
50 × 75 cm
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Tel Aviv, Geneva, Jerusalem
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Mirav Katri
Tel Aviv, Geneva, +1 more

Kiki Smith has been known since the 1980s for her multidisciplinary practice relating to the human …

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Kiki Smith
American, b. 1954
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Using a multitude of mediums and materials, Kiki Smith’s collections are meditations on life and spirituality, often featuring narratives about origins and endings. For the installation Pilgrim (2007-2010), Smith created nearly 30 panels of black and white stained glass supported by steel frames, each representing a stage in a woman’s life and evoking the stations of a pilgrimage. Smith has worked extensively in glass, from the molded sculpture of entangled spermatozoa in Untitled (1989–1990) to the rose window of the Eldridge Street Synagogue (2010) in New York City’s Lower East Side.

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Kiki Smith has been known since the 1980s for her multidisciplinary practice relating to the human condition and the natural world.
She uses a broad variety of materials to continuously expand and evolve a body of work that includes sculpture, printmaking, photography, drawing, and textiles.
Smith has been the subject …

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Kiki Smith
American, b. 1954
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Using a multitude of mediums and materials, Kiki Smith’s collections are meditations on life and spirituality, often featuring narratives about origins and endings. For the installation Pilgrim (2007-2010), Smith created nearly 30 panels of black and white stained glass supported by steel frames, each representing a stage in a woman’s life and evoking the stations of a pilgrimage. Smith has worked extensively in glass, from the molded sculpture of entangled spermatozoa in Untitled (1989–1990) to the rose window of the Eldridge Street Synagogue (2010) in New York City’s Lower East Side.

Kiki Smith

See, 2008

Ink, coloured pencil and glitter on Nepalese paper
19 7/10 × 29 1/2 in
50 × 75 cm
.
Sold
Location
Tel Aviv, Geneva, Jerusalem
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