|Binding||Hardcover without dustjacket (as issued)|
|Condition description||new book / mint|
|Dimensions (cm hxb)||26 x 21|
In 1976, after moving to Amsterdam, Abramović met the West German performance artist Uwe Laysiepen, who went by the single name Ulay. When Abramović and Ulay began their collaboration, the main concepts they explored were the ego and artistic identity. This was the beginning of a decade of influential collaborative work. Each performer was interested in the traditions of their cultural heritages and the individual’s desire for ritual. Consequently, they decided to form a collective being called “the other”, and spoke of themselves as parts of a “two-headed body”.
Ulay Portraits 1970-1993
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Beautifully printed book with a small selection of photographs by Ulay. Design by Van Zoetendaal. Nineteen real size polaroids from the performance artist Ulay.