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Eight More Paintings by "Undiscovered" Artist Tracey Levine

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In my opinion, Tracey Levine's artworks are as remarkable as those of Marina Abramovic, probably the most famous installationist and performance artist in the world.

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The artworks by Tracey Levine presented in the first article I published here at OEN were very "political." See them by clicking here. The artworks shown in her second article were much less political, but two of them spoke strongly to "women's concerns." See them by clicking here. The artworks shown in Ms. Levine's third article here were very various. See them by clicking here. And the artworks presented below are as various as those in Ms. Levine's previous article.

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If I had to say in one sentence what I like best about Tracey's art, it would be: Tracey Levine has developed a unique and unmistakable way to show the inner workings of the subject at the same time as she shows the outer appearance of and social influences on the subject.

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Take your time and enjoy the very, very remarkable works of Tracey Levine.


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More than half of all the works presented in the four articles of Tracey Levine's works at OEN can be found at her website. See all of her works there by clicking here.

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