Betye Saar: The Divine Face. 2020
Betye Saar (born in 1926 in Los Angeles) is one of the most talented artists of her generation. Her work consistently addresses issues of race, gender, and spirituality that are particularly important in the context of the diversity of contemporary America. Very much a part of the strong assemblage tradition of southern California, Saar’s work combines many different symbols and objects found on her travels across Africa, Mexico, Asia, Europe, and the Caribbean, as well as in LA itself.
This limited edition print was published by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in 2020 with Eric Gero Editions as part of LACMA’s ongoing print program.
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- Archival inkjet print
- Paper size 21 x 16 inches
- Signed and numbered edition of 55 with 15 Artist Proofs and 5 Printer Proofs
- Printed by Eric Gero Editions for LACMA