Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base: Eleanor Antin

Carving: A Traditional Sculpture

Carving: A Traditional Sculpture

Eleanor Antin. Carving: A Traditional Sculpture, 1972.

Description:
148 black and white photos document 37 days (four photos per day) of the artist's weight loss. / Collection of The Art Institute of Chicago / Courtesy Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York

Medium:
Photography

Tags:
self image, carving, body, photography, performative, black & white, performance

Images
Triumph of Pan (after Poussin), from "Roman Allegories"The Death of Petronius from "The Last Days of Pompeii"Pocahontas from Recollections of My Life with Diaghalev 1919-1929"here?" from The King of Solana Beach100 BOOTS Move OnCarving: A Traditional SculptureBlood of the Poet Box

Location
San Diego, California
USA

Contact
info@feldmangallery.com

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