Tracey Rose, Untitled, 2000. Ink and graphite on paper (portfolio of 31 drawings). Dimensions vary. © Tracey Rose. Linda Pace Foundation Collection, Ruby City, San Antonio, Texas. Image Mark Menjivar.
Tracey Rose is best known for her performances, video installations and photographs. Rose’s work responds to the limitations of dogma and the flaws in institutionalized cultural discourse. Her practice, which is known for centering on performance, also includes photography, video, and installation. Always evident in her work is the artist’s insistence in confronting the politics of identity, including sexual, racial, and gender-based themes.
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Tracey Rose, "Lolita With Her Legs Spread," 2000
Annette Messager, "Mes voeux sous filets," 2000
Robyn O'Neil, "The fallen one (There does come a time when laughs become sighs; we put all to rest, we said our goodbyes.)," 2009
Lara Schnitger, "Dix-huit+," 2005
Kiki Smith, "Las Animas," 1997