Marlene Dumas Confronts the Beauty and Ugliness of History

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Throughout her career as an artist, Marlene Dumas (b. 1953) has investigated the implicit tensions of her own cultural identity as a white woman and a South-African during apartheid. Ten of Dumas’s powerful works will be featured in the upcoming auction TO LIVE WITH ART: The Jerome & Ellen Stern Collection (5 March, New York). Click ahead to see the works and to learn more about Dumas’s practice.  

TO LIVE WITH ART: The Jerome & Ellen Stern Collection
5 March | New York 

Marlene Dumas Confronts the Beauty and Ugliness of History

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