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  • Lee Lozano, untitled, 1963, conté crayon on paper, 23 7⁄8 × 18 3⁄4”.

    Lee Lozano, untitled, 1963, conté crayon on paper, 23 7⁄8 × 18 3⁄4”.

    Lee Lozano

    KUNSTFORENINGEN GL STRAND

    The first exhibition in Denmark to focus on Lee Lozano (1930–1999), “The Ultimate Metaphor is a Mirror,” was not a retrospective survey but rather a focused zoom into the early years of the artist’s short but prolific (and paradoxical) career. More than one hundred works—mostly drawings along with a handful of paintings—spanning the period from 1959 to 1964 were on view. These were Lozano’s first years in New York, after she finished her studies at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1959. Her production during this time foreshadowed aspects of her future practice and the myriad directions in which

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