Marcia Marx S/N Lithograph, Musical Chairs
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Artist: Marcia Marx
Title: Musical Chairs
Year: circa 1975
Medium: Lithograph [Signed and Numbered in Pencil]
Edition: 250, AP XV
Paper Size: 22" x 30"
MARCIA MARX is a visual satirist. In her paintings, drawings and sculpture there is a sense of the ridiculous and an eye for the bizarre and comedic elements in human experience. Her vividly colourful works are Felliniesque in tone and they reflect a strongly personal mastery of both her medium and her message.
After studying at Columbia and Yale, she lived and painted in Mexico City for more than a decade, which provided the ongoing inspiration for her visual imagery. She was the first woman and first North American artist to hold a one-person show at the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes. Time magazine called the exhibition a "smash hit."
Marx was one of the six artists featured in Cosmopolitan's report on Women Artists Today. (Others included were Louise Nevelson and Georgia O'Keeffe.)
She has worked in Israel, Paris and Rome and has had numerous exhibitions of her work. Her paintings are part of many public and private collections around the world.
Marx now resides in New York City. She is currently working on a group of canvases and painted sculptures which will be exhibited together under the theme,Procession.
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- Fine Art
- c. 1975
- Width: 30 inches
- Height: 22 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 0 pound