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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kiki_Smith

"Mary Magdelene" (1994), a sculpture made of silicon bronze and forged steel, is an example of Smith's non-traditional use of the female nude. The figure is without skin everywhere but her face, breasts and the area surrounding her navel . She wears a chain around her ankle; her face is relatively ...

www.artsy.net/artist/kiki-smith

Find the best of Kiki Smith art, including sculptures & prints for sale. Explore her biography, current shows, and articles on Artsy. Kiki Smith's collections are meditations on life and spirituality...

art21.org/artist/kiki-smith

Kiki Smith was born in 1954 in Nuremberg, Germany. The daughter of American sculptor Tony Smith, Kiki Smith grew up in New Jersey. As a young girl, one of Smith's first experiences with art was helping her father make cardboard models for his geometric sculptures. This training in formalist systems, combined with her  ...

www.theartstory.org/artist-smith-kiki.htm

Kiki Smith was born in 1954 to American parents living in Nuremberg, Germany. Her father was minimalist sculptor Tony Smith and her mother was Jane Lawrence, an American actress and opera singer working in Germany at the time Kiki was born. Her artistic lineage also claims her grandfather, who was an altar- carver.

www.artnet.com/artists/kiki-smith

Biography. Kiki Smith is a contemporary American artist best known for her figural representations of mortality, abjection, and sexuality. With a special fascination with the body and bodily fluids, Smith often examines excreta such as blood, semen, and bile in carefully crafted sculptures that bear the influence of Surrealism.

www.guggenheim.org/artwork/artist/kiki-smith

Kiki Smith was born in 1954 in Nuremberg, Germany, the daughter of sculptor Tony Smith. Brought up in South Orange, New Jersey, she enrolled at Hartford Art School in Connecticut in 1974 but dropped out eighteen months later. Settling in New York in 1976, Smith earned her living over the next few years doing odd jobs.

www.pacegallery.com/artists/442/kiki-smith

Kiki Smith (American, b. 1954, Nuremberg, Germany) has been known since the 1980s for her multidisciplinary practice relating to the human condition and the natural world. She uses a broad variety of materials to continuously expand and evolve a body of work that includes sculpture, printmaking, photography, drawing  ...

www.artspace.com/kiki_smith

Best known for her sculptural depictions of the female body, often represented through anatomical fragments, Kiki Smith—the daughter of the major Minimalist sculptor Tony Smith—emerged in the 1980s as part of the anarchic, experimental East Village art scene in New York. Merging a sense of spirituality with political ...

www.moma.org/collection/works/81598

Kiki Smith has 105 works online. There are 1,555 sculptures online. Smith's work has a long-standing engagement with the body, calling attention to often overlooked aspects of human corporeality and sexuality. This work is composed of glass water-cooler bottles, coated with silver and etched with the names of twelve ...