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Kiki Kogelnik

Pop art, Chicago Imagists, STEM, and first wave feminism all intersect in this melting pot of works by Austrian born artist Kiki Kogelnik. Known for rubbing elbows with the likes of Claeds Oldenburg and Roy Lichtenstein in the sixties, the artist’s work confronts concepts such as gender construction and objectification, most noticeable in her work Hanging (1970), which presents two vinyl silhouette cutouts slumped over wire hangers before a pastel gradient.exhibit page