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ドイツ🇩🇪デュッセルドルフ生まれの女性アーティスト、カリン・ルナー (Karin Luner)、正しい読みかどうかは解りません。1983年以降はアメリカ🇺🇸ニューヨークに移り住みました。2月7日にポストしたリエゾン・ダンジェルーズの7インチのジャケット写真やヘアー・スタイリング等もしていました。 @joeyariasnyc ————————————————————————
❶The dazzling Karin Luner photographed by #EdoBertoglio on his roof in Manhattan, 1979.
❷Robin Wright Penn, 1982
Photo Edo Bertoglio
❸Klaus Nomi and Karin Luner in Mudd Club, NYC, 1978. These pictures are taken by Ilse Ruppert.
❹Rubber and firecrackers on Styrofoam by German/American Artist Karin Luner, 2004.
❺Firecracker, latex and foam by American/German artist Karin Luner, 2004.
❻Coffee filter and muffin cup run through a printing press by German artist, living in America, Karin Luner. "Coffee and Angel food Muffin" 1996
❼American artist, Karin Luner, "Artist Consumed - The Pearl Paint Sales Slip Piece" 1997.
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NEW YORK, USA
Born in Düsseldorf, Germany, Karin Luner studied under K. H. Hödicke at the Hochschule der Künste in Berlin where she received a Master of Fine Arts. After her graduation in 1983 she moved to New York. She studied lithography and etching at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, and was awarded two printmaking fellowships by the R.F. Nelson Foundation.
From 1992-96 she was an active member of the Jersey City Artist Collective ‘Progressive Culture Works’ and kept a studio in Jersey City. In 2005, the artists at 111 First Street fell the way of gentrification and Luner moved her studio to the Bronx.
Luner has shown her work around the country in mostly alternative spaces. She organizes and curates exhibitions, and took over the directorship of Dietzspace, a lobby gallery in Tribeca, in 2005.
Luner has been awarded several grants as well as artist residencies, among them a Pollock-Krasner Grant, the Pernod Liquid Art Price, a residency at the C-Scape Dune Shack in Provincetown, MA, the Vermont Studio Center, and the CAC in North Adams, MA.
Currently, she works as the National Administrator for the Women’s Caucus for Art.