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Gina Pane

French Performance and Land Artist

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Movements and Styles: Performance Art, Land Art, Feminist Art

Born: May 24, 1939 - Biarritz, France

Died: March 6, 1990 - Paris, France

"My problem is to establish a language through this wound that becomes a sign."

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As we walk through this world, our bodies become our most intimate vessels, imprinted with both the personal and collective experiences of our existence. French artist Gina Pane's artistic career was carved out of using her own body as a symbol for humanity's universal body - a canvas on which to express communal concerns surrounding sexuality, spirituality, gender, politics, feminism, the environment, and suffering. Pane's work contributed greatly to Art Corporel, the French Body Art movement, in which artists use their own flesh and blood as art medium, laying bare the body's strength and fragility as a viable tool for expression.

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