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Between Paris and the ?Third World?: Lea Lublin?s Long 1960s
Lea Lublin. Retrospective
Lembachhaus ? Snoeck
Lugar: Munich; Año: 2015; p. 158 - 167
Artículo para el catálogo de la exposición curada por Stephanie Weber en STÄDTISCHE GALERIE IM LENBACHHAUS UND KUNSTBAU MÜNCHEN. Se trata de una versión modificada del artículo publicado en una revista científica con referato. Of all the Argentinian artists who settled in France during the 1960s, Lea Lublin maintained arguably the greatest amount of activity in South America. She was born in Poland in 1929 and moved to Argentina at the age of two, receiving a degree from the Escuela de Bellas Artes in 1949. During her first stay in Paris between 1951 and 1956, she attended the Académie Ranson and became close to the circle of figurative leftist artists who initiated the Salon de la Jeune Peinture. From 1965 to 1972, while residing primarily in Paris, she staged a considerable portion of her projects between Europe and Latin America. This was not, however, simply a matter of producing or exhibiting works in one city or another. Her movement back and forth between the continents can be registered in her artworks themselves imbuing them with what could be called their translocal nature, an aspect that this text aims to inquire into.