Zombie Rothko

  • 2011
  • Rachel Harrison
  • Wood, polystyrene, cement, acrylic and plastic doll
  • 177,8 x 58,4 x 78,7 cm
Zombie Rothko (2011) combines a “Rothko-style” surface made up of orange, purple and blue patches painted roughly onto the plinth, with a plastic doll whose hair, swimsuit and the swimming pool from which she emerges are the same colour.

© Rachel Harrison. Photo © Fondation Louis Vuitton / Marc Domage


Rachel Harrison

Since the 1990s, Rachel Harrison has been making sculptures in abstract forms from recovered materials and has emerged as one of the most remarkable sculptors of her generation.

Her colourful, expressive works are impregnated with different references to pop art, abstract expressionism, minimalism and assemblage. They represent a paradoxical, contradictory world.

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