Agatha Wojciechowsky is an American artist best known for her groundbreaking abstract expressionist works. Born in the Bronx, New York in 1941, she studied Fine Art at the University of California Berkeley and the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan. Her career began in the late 1960s and soon after she gained significant attention for her bold, often controversial portraits, as well as her unique use of materials. Examples of her work include her 1972 oil painting, The Red Scream and her 1975 work Temptation that was created from velvet, paper, acrylic and foil. As an artist, Wojciechowsky has a passion for exploring diverse themes such as identity, sexuality, power, and the politics of gender, race and class.
Abstract expressionism, female artist, feminist art.
— Mei Wang
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