Lezley Saar’s work consists of large old books that are hollowed out and refilled with small narrative paintings as well as leather-bound book covers or yellowed pages nailed together to form a canvas upon which images are
painted and objects affixed.
 
The work fixates on duality:  black/ white, male/ female, sane/ insane, natural/ mechanical,  material/ spiritual ... posing questions,  highlighting ironies, celebrating anomalies of nature and embracing contradictions that are philosophical, sexual and emotional.
 
View Art On Exhibit
SOLO EXHIBIT: 

September 9 to 
October 11, 1997 
 
David Beitzel Gallery 
102 Prince Street. 
New York, N.Y. 10012 
(212) 219-2863
 
  Please E-mail us for further information
saar@mindspring.com 

 

Biography/Bibliography 
"Between a Mulatto 
and a Quadroon"
 
 
Solo Exhibit 
Biography 
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