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  • Provenance

    Private Collection, Tel Aviv

  • Catalogue Essay

    The current lot is one of several stills taken by photographer and filmmaker Lee Yanor of the Palermo Palermo performance choreographed by the late Pina Bausch. With a background in dance, Yanor cites movement as the primary source of inspiration in her work. Her distinct printing method allows her to endow her works with a palpable three dimensional feel that further energizes them and heightens the sense of free motion. “I was looking for crossed moments,” she recently stated, “between infinite tenderness, to a sudden explosion of violence and a loss of control...a magical freedom beyond any bodily experience, where anyone can turn momentarily to a dance.”

    Solo exhibitions of Yanor’s works include La Villette, Paris (1992), Bastille Theatre, Paris (1994); Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (1994); Ramat Gan Museum of Art, Israel (2004); Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan (2007), and Judiska Teatern, Stockholm, Sweden (2010). Select group exhibitions include the Venice Biennale of Architecture (1996); Tel Aviv Museum, Israel (2003), and 798 Museum, Beijing (2009). She is the recipient of the Leon Constantiner Award at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel (2002).

203

Wuppertal

2011
Lambda print with a second print on a voile overlay.
15 1/2 x 80 1/2 in. (39.4 x 204.5 cm)
Signed, dated and numbered AP 2 in ink on the reverse of the shadow box. One from an edition of 5 plus 2 artist's proofs.

Estimate
$7,000 - 9,000 

Sold for $8,750

Contact Specialist
Vanessa Kramer Hallett
Worldwide Head of Photographs
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Photographs

4 April 2012
New York