Louisiana poster with still image of the video work, I'm Not the Girl Who Misses Much, ( 1986), by Swiss artist, Pipilotti Rist (b. 1962). Rist is one of the biggest and most popular names in contemporary art. The poster was published in 2019 in connection with Louisiana's major exhibition, 'Pipilotti Rist - Open my Light'.
The video work , I'm Not the Girl Who Misses Much, is one of Pipilotti Rist's early, pioneering single-channel videos and the work is in the Louisiana collection. If you ask the artist herself, it is both her first official work of art – and the best.
At the 2019 exhibition, the internationally recognized contemporary artist had transformed the entire south wing of Louisiana into a brightly colored and sensory-saturated universe. For Louisiana, the museum's guests - and for Pipilotti Rist himself - the exhibition was the culmination of a long and very special relationship. Rist feels so connected to Louisiana, which was the first museum in the world to acquire one of her works for its collection.
She is actually christened Elisabeth Charlotte Rist, but already as a young woman took the stage name, Pipilotti, as a salute to Astrid Lindgren's anarchic and free-thinking Pippi Longstocking. Rist's art can seem both challenging and provocative, but at the same time also full of joy and humor.
Dimensions: 53 x 59.4 cm
Note: The poster is sold as in the first picture, i.e. without frame.