Speculative Snack (1)
archival pigment print on cotton rag paper
1 of 3
18.5’’ x 22’’
Estimate $1,600 framed
Courtesy of the artist
Karen Azoulay is an interdisciplinary artist, creating performative sculpture, video, and photography that explores language, earth-elements, and the female form. Playing with aesthetics of feminine etiquette, her series Speculative Snack depicts the consumption of flowers. Touching on ideas of vulnerability and decay, this act of mastication can be linked to rumination. Azoulay’s work has been featured in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Hyperallergic, C Magazine and Vogue. She had a recent solo show at Essex Flowers (New York), and has exhibited at Tiger Strikes Asteroid (Brooklyn), Dominique Gallery (Los Angeles), Hesse Flatow (New York), and performed at Art in General (New York). Her publication Flowers and their Meanings will be released by Clarkson Potter, an imprint of Penguin Random House in 2022.
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