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Marisol: A Retrospective

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This catalogue reckons with the entirety of Marisol’s pioneering, multifaceted, 60-year career and affirms her radical legacy for the twenty-first century. Exciting reflections on her well-known sculptures and self-portraits are complemented by explorations of works that embody animal intelligence and allude to environmental precarity, testify to interpersonal violence, engage with the immigrant experience, figure postcolonial disenfranchisement, and destabilize sexual norms and gender binaries. Her public sculptures and collaborations with choreographers are also examined for the first time. Includes full-color reproductions of her works, a robust bibliography, an exhibition history, and an illustrated chronology.