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The photographer, sculptor, and installation artist Sanja Ivekovic (CR) has been closely associated with a feminist art movement since the 1960s, her subjects often focusing on women's roles, in society and the private sphere. Her work, though conceptual, cross-pollinates between the avant-garde and broader cultural sphere. Of particular resonance is the use of mass-market visual language to illustrate shifts in societal and political perceptions of the time. Her forms of production can be seen as a comment on commercial modes, and reflect an opposition to the institutional settings of the formal art world, but they remain elastic, and ambivalent, too.
dvostruki zivot (double-life) 1959-1975 by Sanja Ivekovic. Reprint of the exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with her solo show at The Gallery of Contemporary Art, Zargreb (1976). The artist places side by side personal photos and advertisements of models in similar poses selling products. For those interested in counter-production, subjectivity, and subversion. Edition of 600. 11.5" x 8", 32 pages. $15. Add to cart