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Lee Lozano Language Pieces


After the success of our Lee Lozano exhibition and publication, we are delighted to launch this second book on the artist’s language pieces. Lozano’s hand written and sometimes typed notes read like a working instruction book of performance art. Some of her pieces appeared in experimental magazines in the 1960s and 1970s.


Lee Lozano (November 5, 1930 – October 2, 1999) was an American painter, and visual and conceptual artist. She rapidly rose to recognition in a male-dominated art scene that was rebelling against abstract expressionism. In 1972, she decided to drop out of it and cease making art. In the twelve years of her short career, she developed and executed an independent and radical artistic oeuvre that was often provocative, visceral, and uncompromising.

This book contains her language pieces. Some are lists, some are instructions, and some are the building blocks of performance pieces.

Additional information

Weight 514 g
Dimensions 28 × 21.5 × .5 cm

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