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Kathe Burkhart

Join us a last time before summer for a vitrine and lecture/talk by Kathe Burkhart on Friday 28th of June, 20h at Nicc Brussels.

Kathe Burkhart (American/Dutch, born 1958) is an interdisciplinary artist and writer. Working since the early ‘80s, Burkhart has consistently and candidly engaged gender roles, sexuality, celebrity, and language to, in her words, “articulate a radical female subject.” Ongoing from 1982, her Liz Taylor Series of large-scale, richly saturated paintings combines appropriated portraits of actress Elizabeth Taylor with profane language, shattering both female stereotypes and conventions of representation.

Burkhart has had solo exhibitions at Fri Art, Centre d’art de Fribourg/Kunsthalle Freiburg, Fribourg, Switzerland; MoMA PS1, New York; Participant Inc., New York; and Cultuurcentrum Brugge, Bruges, Belgium, among other venues. Her work has been shown recently in group exhibitions such as The American Dream: American Realism 1945-2017, Kunsthalle Emden, Emden, Germany; Fast Forward, Paintings from the 1980s, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; The Furious Gaze, Montehermoso Cultural Center, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain; and 1993: NYC Experimental Jet Set Trash & No Star, New Museum, New York. Burkhart participated in the 45th Venice Biennale (1993), and was awarded both a Mondriaan grant and Guggenheim Fellowship in 2017. She maintains an interdisciplinary practice, having published four books of fiction, in addition to a vast collection of poetry and essays. Burkhart currently lives and works in Amsterdam and New York.

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https://maryboonegallery.com/exhibition/1973/work
http://www.fri-art.ch/fr/expositions/the-liz-taylor-series
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https://smak.be/nl/kunstenaar/2399
https://www.stedelijk.nl/nl/collectie/95221-kathe-burkhart-smeerlap