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Lutz Bacher is an artist closely associated with Berkeley, California since the 1970s, and who now lives and works in New York City. The name Lutz Bacher is a pseudonym, and the artist does not publicly reveal a former name. She was once considered a figure with "cult" status—known for being "legendary but elusive" in the California art scene—but as of the first few years of the 2010s has increasingly gained mainstream recognition.
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Bacher's body of work has been described as "eclectic," "rough, open-ended," and "disturbing." It consists of works in a variety of formats, including videotapes, photographs, and other mixed media. Many of these works incorporate elements from popular culture, personal artifacts, and found objects, and address questions of identity as expressed through sexuality and the human body.
Over a 40-year career, Bacher has exhibited work in numerous solo and group shows around the world, including museums and galleries in her native San Francisco Bay area such as the Berkeley Art Museum and the Ratio 3 gallery in San Francisco. Recent museum solo exhibitions of her work have taken place at: Secession, Vienna (2016); Aspen Art Museum, Colorado (2014); National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen (2014); and Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis (2008).
Bacher was the focus of three European exhibitions in 2013: one at Portikus in Frankfurt, Germany; one at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, UK; and the third at Kunsthalle Zürich in Zürich, Switzerland. Those three institutions published an artist book presenting Bacher's complete oeuvre. In 2009, her multimedia works were featured in MY SECRET LIFE, a retrospective—her first museum survey exhibition—at P.S.1 MoMA in New York City.
Lutz Bacher's work is included in the following collections: