• Nancy Wilson-Pajic

    Nancy Wilson-Pajic

    Online Exhibition

    Robert Koch Gallery presents an online exhibition of work by French-American conceptual artist Nancy Wilson-Pajic, who in the 1960s and 70s played a seminal role in the international artistic avant-garde with her feminist performances and text-sound installations that challenged feminine role model in modern societal paradigms.

    Nancy Wilson-Pajic was born in Peru, Indiana in 1941 where she studied art, literature and psychology, later graduating from Cooper Union, New York in 1972 with a BFA. The artist moved to Paris in 1978 where she began to experiment with photography along with forms of text-based imagery. Her early experiments with photography lead her to alternative processes such as gum bichromate, carbon transfer, photogram, and cyanotype, which later became a staple of the artist’s aesthetic and process-driven work.

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