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Kiki Smith "Untitled (Doily Drawing)", 1994 — Lithograph with collaged relief monotypes and twisted-paper additions on twelve attached sheets of handmade nepalese paper. Compostion and sheet (overall): 188 x cm

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some gampi paper prints by american sculptor printmaker kiki smith (b

Kiki Smith, Puppet, 1993–94. Photogravure with etching, aquatint, and additions of collage and string

Kiki Smith, Puppet, Photogravure with etching, aquatint, and additions of collage and string.

Kiki Smith  Little Things  1998  Etching (portfolio of 16 prints)  Paper size: 19 1/2 x 14 inches, each

Kiki Smith Little Things 1998 Etching (portfolio of 16 prints) Paper size: 19 x 14 inches, each

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'Kiki Smith in New York City' by German-born American artist Kiki Smith Collage drawing with Nepalese paper, pencil, red ink and glitter, 143 x 143 cm. via Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma

KIKI SMITH, Beannacht, 2010  Collage drawing with Nepalese paper, pencil, and red ink

yama-bato: “ KIKI SMITH Beannacht 2010 Collage drawing with Nepalese paper, pencil, and red ink 223 x 186 cm via ”

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Kiki Smith, “Fortune,” 2014 Jacquard tapestry, 108 ̋ × 72 ̋ .

Kiki Smith, Mind's Eye, 2015, International Sculpture Center

Available for sale from International Sculpture Center, Kiki Smith, Mind's Eye Watercolor and pencil on paper, 11 × 8 in

Lillith by Kiki Smith (detail on right), 1994.    Lilith is a biblical figure who has long been adopted by feminists. In Jewish lore, she is the first wife of Adam, exiled from the Garden of Eden for her unwillingness to bend to Adam’s will, and is ultimately replaced by Eve. In this mythical story, she is cast out and becomes a demon bringing death and disease to those she encounters throughout history.

“ Lillith by Kiki Smith (detail on right), “ Lilith is a biblical figure who has long been adopted by feminists. In Jewish lore, she is the first wife of Adam, exiled from the Garden of Eden for.

by kiki smith, "sojourn", brooklyn museum 2010. she's genius.

by kiki smith, "sojourn", brooklyn museum 2010 - ink and pencil on Nepal paper.

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