Untitled (Whitney Museum of American Art, #01) - Artfizz

Luisa Lambri

  • Title: Untitled (Whitney Museum of American Art, #01)
  • medium: Laserchrome print
  • dimensions: Print: 26 x 29 1/8 in. (66 x 74 cm)
  • Year: 2005
  • Edition: AP 1/1
  • Signed: Not signed
  • Selling mode: Incremental Bidding

Item condition: New

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About the artist

"Luisa Lambri (b. 1969 Como, Italy) currently lives in Milan and travels extensively to make her pictures. Her works have been included in two Venice Biennales (1999 and 2003), the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, The Menil Collection in Houston, The Baltimore Museum of Art, and at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art.

She travels the world photographing architectural interiors, often spending extended periods of time experiencing the buildings before she begins shooting. Her images give a sense of being in the environments as the photographs not only capture the physical shape and architectural details such as windows, doors and other transient spaces, but rather elaborate on the profound psychological and emotional responses they elicit from their inhabitants. She primarily photographs private houses, focusing on the view from the inside to the outside and in doing so establishing a physical and conceptual position for herself and the viewer. While Lambri speaks of her work as self-portraits that explore female identity in man-made world, she often references in her photographs iconic works from the history of art mostly made by other female artists such as Agnes Martin, Francesca Woodman, and Lygia Clark. The artist has dedicated several series of photographs to some of the greatest architects of the 20th-century including Alvar Aalto, Giuseppe Terragni, Mies van der Rohe, Oscar Niemeyer, and Walter Gropius among others. Yet her photographs are not documents trying to represent these buildings or the history of architecture, but rather highly personal renderings of these structures, which are presented as intimate and emotional depictions of the place."

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  • Artist Name: Luisa Lambri
  • Purchased From: Gifted by the artist
  • Shipping From: New York, NY, United States

Artwork Report

  • History/Provenance: Gift from the artist to private collection, NY
  • Damage: No
  • Color Fading: No
  • Exhibition History: Luhring Augustine, New York, "Luisa Lambri: Photographs", April 7 – 29, 2006. The 9th Shanghai Biennale
  • Frame: It has the original/artist frame

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  1. Zeus

    Love love love.


    Wooo this is the real deal x

  3. orianedeguermantes

    I miss the Breuer Whitney!

  4. ultravioletz

    This is one of her most important series…