Jun 8, 2021
Jun 8, 2021

Far from Home

Far from Home


Ulrike Müller

(Austrian, b. 1971)


Marina Ancona

(American, b. 1971)


10 Grand Press

(American, est. 1999)

Color monotype and chine collé

Watermarks: Rives BFK

Image and Sheet: 74 x 56.9 cm (29 1/8 x 22 3/8 in.)

Norman O. Stone and Ella A. Stone Memorial Fund 2021.105


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Ulrike Müller worked with master printer Marina Ancona, a frequent collaborator on monotypes, to make this work.


This print suggests Austrian-born artist Ulrike Müller’s longstanding interest in evoking the human body through abstraction. The Austrian-born artist began her career as part of the influential art collective LTTR, which used ephemeral media such as performance and zines to explore Queer issues. In layers of patterned forms, Far from Home suggests overlapping limbs, as well as a broader narrative about the knowing and concealing that are part of the LGBTQ experience.

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