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Adelle Lutz

Adelle Lutz was an American artist who was primarily known for her postmodern works in sculpture and performance art. She was born in 1947 in New York and studied at the Art Institute of Chicago. Lutz was an active artist for almost four decades and some of her most iconic works include the performance art piece ‘Editing History’ (2001), the sculpture ‘René Magritte’s ‘Ceci n’est pas une pipe’ (2003) and the work ‘Soft Sculpture/Table’ (1980). Her works often explored ideas on individual identity and gender within society. She exhibited her works in numerous galleries around the world, including The Museum of Modern Art and The Whitney Museum of American Art. Adelle Lutz was an influential artist who left an indelible mark on postmodern art.

American artist, Adelle Lutz, postmodern art, sculpture, performance art, gender, individual identity, The Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art.

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