Carolee Schneemann

Women's Travel Plans

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Signed, dated, numbered (#84) copy

Women’s Travel Plans is a silkscreen print, the text written in the work is a biography of the artist Artemisia Gentileschi (1593 - 1653), an Italian painter from the Caravaggio School, one of the first female painters to establish herself in a male-dominated world. She was also one of the first women to paint historical and religious subjects. We can distinguish a repeated motif from a classical painting, which could be Adoration of the Magi by Gentileschi, on which figures of Carolee Schneemann from her performances or from her archives are superimposed.

1979
Photo silkscreen on paper
76 x 107.5 cm

Limited edition of 250 copies and 6 printer's proofs

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