Mitchell-Innes & Nash now represents the Foundation of Kiki Kogelnik

Mitchell-Innes & Nash announced the representation of the Foundation of Kiki Kogelnik (1935-1997). Kiki Kogelnik transcended the movements of European abstract modernism and American Pop art to create a unique, forward-looking oeuvre that addressed new technologies and feminism. Incorporating a variety of often synthetic materials, irony, and humor, her paintings and sculptural work typically took their point of departure in the human form, presenting it as variously ebullient, stylized, interchangeable, fragmentary, or skeletal. Born in Austria in 1935, Kogelnik studied at the Vienna Academy of Fine Art before traveling widely in London, Rome and Paris, finally relocating to New York in the early 1960s. Inspired by recent advances in

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