Double-sided, front pictorial with exhibition information on back.
Scarce Galerie Ricke card for Lee Lozano’s third solo exhibition in 1969.
Lee Lozano (1930 – 1999) carved an extraordinary and elusive artistic career. Lauded by Lucy Lippard as the foremost female conceptual artist of her era in New York, by the early 1970s Lozano had disengaged herself from the New York art world completely. She left behind a body of work of striking formal breadth and complexity that embraced expressionistic figurative painting, darkly chaotic drawings, minimal abstraction and far-reaching conceptual investigation. Her mission was to merge art and life together, images and ideas.