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Kiki Kogelnik: Riot of Objects

Mostyn, Llandudno

NOW CLOSED

After moving to New York in the early 1960s, the Austrian-born artist emerged as one of the few women associated with the Pop art movement. She is perhaps best known for her series of Hangings: life-size tracings, cut-outs and paintings of human figures. But from 1974 ceramics became a key part of her practice. This is the first UK exhibition to focus on her work in this medium, by turns fantastical and darkly comic. Find out more from Mostyn’s website.

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(Wiener Freunde (Viennese Friends)1986), Kiki Kogelnik.

Wiener Freunde (Viennese Friends) (1986), Kiki Kogelnik. Courtesy Kiki Kogelnik Foundation

Gelber Morgen (Yellow Morning)(1986), Kiki Kogelnik.

Gelber Morgen (Yellow Morning) (1986), Kiki Kogelnik. Courtesy Kiki Kogelnik Foundation

Holiday on the Palm Tree(1980), Kiki Kogelnik.

Holiday on the Palm Tree (1980), Kiki Kogelnik. Courtesy Kiki Kogelnik Foundation

Untitled (Sea Monster) (c. 1974), Kiki Kogelnik.

Untitled (Sea Monster) (c. 1974), Kiki Kogelnik. Courtesy Kiki Kogelnik Foundation

Blue Bird (c. 1974), Kiki Kogelnik.

Blue Bird (c. 1974), Kiki Kogelnik. Courtesy Kiki Kogelnik Foundation

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