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Otis Kwame Kye Quaicoe, Kennedy Yanko, Reginald O’Neal, and Cajsa von Zeipel

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Courtesy of Patricia Low Contemporary
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Lunna Wola II, 1973
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Joana Vasconcelos on View in Gstaad

By Delphine de Causans

October 25, 2016

Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos (1971) is well-known for her stand on feminism as well as social and political issues.

Often controversial—one might remember the huge chandelier The Bride made of tampons and exhibited in Versailles in 2012—her work is edgy, subversive, and disturbing with a touch of tradition and craft. Indeed, most of us recognize her work through her ability to use different kinds of knit, crochet, and fabric.

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Patricia Low Contemporary is currently showing an astonishing exhibition of Vasconcelos’ work on view in Gstaad, Switzerland, through December 2.

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