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Liliane Lijn
Biography

Born New York. Studied at the Sorbonne Ecole du Louvre in Paris. Interrupted academic pursuits to concentrate on painting - was involved with the Surrealists. Lived in New York from 1961 to 1963, working in a plastics factory experimenting with fire and acids - did research into invisibility. By 1980 in London she initiated many projects, among them the transformation of Manhattan into "The Hanging Gardens of Rock City" and the "Whirling Wind Tower", a wind sculpture generating electricity for a small town. In the 80's established herself as a leading public sculpture artist in Britain.

Gas Towers
1971

Paper size: 78.7cm x 55.0cm Image size: 64.2cm x 37.5cm.
A signed screen print printed at Kelpra Studios, London.

Two Towers
1971

Screenprint
Edition 75

Two Towers Dark
1971

Screenprint
Edition 75

Two Towers Dark  

 

 
 

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