(1932 – 2018)
Diario de Ibiza
Screenprint, marker and pigment on linen paper
Height 130 cm Width 170 cm
Acquired directly from the artist
Nicola L.'s work is held widely in collections including the Centre Pompidou, Paris, the Antwerpen Museum of Contemporary Art, and The Museum of Modern Art of Glasgow, among others.
She was the subject of a 2017 retrospective, Nicola L Works 1968 to Present at the Sculpture Center, Queens, NY and was featured in the important show The World Goes Pop at Tate Modern, London in 2015, a re-examination of Pop Art that stressed the inclusion of more female and international artists in the considered history of the movement