After Kogelnik moved to New York in 1961, she worked in a style that combined aspects of European figuration and American Pop Art with an increasing feminist consciousness. Sometimes her style mimicked fashion illustration to comment on society's depiction of women. This is a great example of Kogelnik's ability to create powerful female figures in her artwork and a perfect addition to any pop art lover's collection.

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