About the artwork
Champ was created as part of Buckman’s series Mostly It’s Just Uncomfortable, the artist’s response to the war on women in the United States and the curtailing of women’s rights to choice and body autonomy.
This work was exhibited as part of the inaugural For Freedoms exhibition at Jack Shainman Gallery in New York in 2016 and traveled to the Democratic National Convention. It is part of the permanent collection of 21c Museum and was later reimagined as a public sculpture, where it still stands, on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, organized by the New York-based nonprofit Art Production Fund.
Zoë Buckman has generously donated her artist fee, paid by Absolut Art, to The Equal Justice Initiative.
About Zoe Buckman
Zoë Buckman is a multi-disciplinary artist working in sculpture, installation, and photography, exploring themes of feminism, mortality, and equality. She has mounted solo shows at venues including Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London; Fort Gansevoort Gallery, New York; Gavlak Gallery, Los Angeles; Project for Empty Space...More about Zoe Buckman
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