Otaiti1930 by Francis Picabia

Otaïti is a striking example of Francis Picabia’s ‘transparencies’, a major body of works the artist made between c.1928 and c.1931. Leading from two figurative series Picabia made during the mid-late 1920s – the Espagnoles, portraying archetypal Spanish women, and the Monsters which traced multi-eyed creatures in heavy black outline – the transparencies moved dramatically away from the iconoclasm of the artist’s Dada period and his earlier mechanomorphic works.
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Source: tate.org.uk
Dimensions (h/w/d): 76 51 (194 130)
Location: Tate Gallery , London