"Nicola L, Whose Feminist Art Had a Useful Side, Is Dead," Obituary by Roberta Smith, The New York Times,
Jan. 25, 2019
Nicola L, a French Pop artist who was best known for wry feminist sculpture of female and male forms that often function as furniture, died on Dec. 31 in Los Angeles. She is thought to have been in her mid-80s.
Her death was announced this month by her sons, Christophe and David Lanzenberg. No cause was given. She had moved to Los Angeles 18 months ago to be near her family, having lived for many years in Manhattan, mostly at the Chelsea Hotel.
Although well known in Europe in the 1960s and ’70s, Nicola L — she was born Nicola L
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