Dorothy Iannone is in American visual artist born 1933 lives and works in Berlin.
Her autobiographical texts, films and paintings explicitly depict female sexuality and ecstatic unity. A self taught painter, the majority of Iannone‘s visual narratives depict themes of erotic love. Her explicit renderings of the human body draw heavily from the artist’s travels, Japanese woodcuts, Greek vases and visual motifs of Eastern religions.
This series The Pussy Party
inspired by Judy Chicago's Dinner Party.
Each an homage to a women artist who has effected me & fueled the fires of my creative path. Taking cues from Chicago's beautiful masterpiece honoring hundreds of women that changed the course of history with their contributions, many of which have gone virtually unrecognized for their accomplishments.
Each piece I wrap by hand with much intention & praise to each women meant to be honored. Creating layers of color that evoke each artist's essence for me.
Duality of strength & vulnerability, power & receptivity
Thank you for looking please note with handmade items variations and imperfections often occur
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