Amalia Ulman (b. 1989, Argentina) lives and works between Los Angeles and Gijón (Spain). The main focus of her research are class differences and how they affect social interactions, emotions and human relations. Her work analyzes social stratification, cultural capital, class imitation and seduction. Her aim is to scrutinize matters such as hierarchies, power relations, charity and empathy. Recent exhibitions include solo shows "Moist Forever" at Future Gallery (Berlin), "Promise a Future at Marbriers4" (Geneva) and "Used & New" at LTD (Los Angeles).


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Useless Female, 2014
Digital print
48 x 60 in (121.92 x 152.4 cm)
1 of 3
Courtesy of the artist

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Amalia Ulman
Useless Female
  • Dimensions
    48 x 60 in (121.92 x 152.4 cm)