Paulina Olowska: Goldfinger
Paulina Olowska: Goldfinger
Paulina Olowska: Goldfinger
Paulina Olowska: Goldfinger
Paulina Olowska: Goldfinger

Paulina Olowska: Goldfinger

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Goldfinger, 2017
Edition of 25
Signed and numbered by the artist
Materials: Photographic Giclée Print
Dimensions: 46 x 74 cm

This edition takes inspiration from Alina Szapocznikow's 1965 sculpture of the same name, her relationship with her second husband, graphic artist and photographer Roman Cielewicz, and the opening of Szapocznikow's 1957 exhibition at the Zacheta National Gallery in Warsaw. The photographic giclée print is taken of a collage using ink, red wine and gold. Olowska regards Szapocznikow as the first female artist to truly address female subjectivity and the physical experience of her own body.

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Olowska's work has been the subject of numerous international exhibitions, including solo shows at the Foksal Gallery in Warsaw, the CCA Wattis Institute in San Francisco and Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich. She has also participated in group exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art, the New Museum, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin, and the Tate Modern, among many others, and was included in the 5th Berlin Biennial (2008), the 9th Istanbul Biennale (2005), and the 50th Venice Biennale (2003).

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