Katja Lee Eliad
Katja Lee Eliad (born 1972 in Tel Aviv) is a cosmopolitan artist whose personal trajectory has been shaped by the experiences of migration, queer identity, complex family history, which also reflect in her artworks that arch across mediums, from drawing and painting to poetry, video and sound. Having to adapt to constantly shifting conditions, by often changing studios between France, Romania and the US, her artworks are diverse in terms of size and means of expression.
English edition (texts in English and French)
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Katja Lee Eliad's Map Maker Like Lyrical offers a retrospective view on the self-taught artist's work over the past two decades. The extensively illustrated book is accompanied by two essays by Valentina Iancu and Anca Verona Mihuleț and a conversation with the artist by Nicolas de Ribou, aiming to map the coordinates of a tortuous journey.