Sentimental Action, Gina Pane. In-gallery performance with rose thorns, 1973.

In-gallery performance with rose thorns,

Gina Pane, Azione semtimentale. body art, autoportrait

“Constat d’action for Azione Sentimentale (Sentimental Action),” 7 color photographs mounted on wood panel.

Gina Pane

Gina Pane

Gina Pane, Psychè

Gina Pane, “Action Psyche” Along with the poetic descriptions accompanying them, these photographs on glossy white cardstock paper document a performance in which the artist applied make-up.

Gina Pane, “Action Psyche” (1974):

Gina Pane, “Action Psyche” Along with the poetic descriptions accompanying them, these photographs on glossy white cardstock paper document a performance in which the artist applied make-up while cutting parts of her body and face with a.

A selection of photographs from Gina Pane’s series Azione Sentimentale [Romantic Action] (1973). Pane’s methodical documenting of her self-inflicted wounds.

a selection of photographs from Gina Pane’s amazing series Azione Sentimentale [Romantic Action] Pane’s methodical documenting of her self-inflicted wounds.

Gina Pane. Action Psyché (Essai), 1974

As many other artists, Gina Pane used the human body as a media for her art, her specialty being self-mutilation and sadomasochism representing spirituality.

Gina Pane, Cuerpo presente, 1975 (Activismo vienés)

Gina Pane, "Body Present",

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Gina Pane (b. 1939 - d.

Gina Pane, Io mescolo tutto (197..)

Gina Pane, Io mescolo tutto (197..)

Gina Pane (1939-1990)

Gina Pane by Marion Kalter

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gina pane

The Conditioning - Gina Pane

The Conditioning - Gina Pane

Gina Pane, Azione Sentimentale, 1974

Five Radical Female Artists Who Used Their Body as a Canvas

From piercing flesh with thorns to sewing a collar onto skin, a new exhibition reveals the subversive power of the body as a medium for feminist art

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