Charlotte Posenenske
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Charlotte Posenenske (DE, 1930 –1985) sought to incorporate the political aspirations of the 1968 movement to bring about change in society. It was in this year that she found the limitations of art’s ability to enter into politics and make a profound and lasting effect. As such, she sought out a new path by giving away her practice to become a social worker. Her work has recently been exhibited at M HKA Antwerp; K21, Dusseldorf; Artists Space New York; Art Basel; Pavillon de L’Arsenal, Paris; The Chinati Foundation, Marfa; and MMK 2, Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt Am Main.

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