LADA marked its 15th anniversary in 2014, which was celebrated with a series of initiatives across the year. Our anniversary activities provided an opportunity to reflect on the seismic shifts in Live Art practices and discourses that took place between 1999 - 2014 through the lens of the Agency and its work.
LADA's third 15th Anniversary limited edition print is by Rosa Frank, from Raimund Hoghe's performance Throwing the Body Into the Fight.
The choreographer and performance maker Raimund Hoghe (Germany) is a Patron of LADA, and in 2013 Throwing the Body into the Fight: a Portrait of Raimund Hoghe, edited by Mary Kate Connolly, was published by LADA and Intellect Books as the first title in the Intellect Live book series. The publication is illustrated throughout with a rich collection of archival images by the photographer Rosa Frank.
Raimund Hogheæ_s international profile has risen considerably in recent years. He regularly presents his work in Europe and internationally, and has been awarded several prizes. His company recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. Raimund Hoghe was the dramaturg for Pina Bauch's company in the 1980s.
Proceeds from the print sale will support LADA's artistic programmes.
Raimund Hoghe - Throwing the Body Into the Fight. Photograph: Rosa Frank
In an edition of fifteen, each accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity, signed and numbered by Rosa Frank.
Dimensions: 30cm by 45cm
Mat archival paper
On purchasing the print we will contact you regarding postage costs and delivery options. Please contact Katy@thisisliveart.co.uk with any enquiries.
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