A FEW THOUGHTS ON ONE PAINTING IN CHARLOTTE SALOMON'S
DOCUMENTA 13: 028 GRISELDA POLLOCK
Matèria: Facsímils / llibres d'artista
With her reading of a selection of works by Charlotte Salomon, Griselda Pollock offers a radically new, non-autobiographical interpretation of the oeuvre of an artist who was murdered in Auschwitz in 1943 because she was a Jewish woman. Already in 1940, Charlotte Salomon had been interned in the French concentration camp Gurs, after which experience she began to produce expressionistic gouaches with transparent overlays as a theatre of memory.