ferocious. fierce. fabulous.

Let the Light From My Lighthouse Shine on You (1981) - Dorothy Iannone View high resolution

Let the Light From My Lighthouse Shine on You (1981) - Dorothy Iannone

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Tickles My Fancy (2009) - Dorothy Iannone View high resolution

Tickles My Fancy (2009) - Dorothy Iannone

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The Bodies Are Back

Margaret Harrison’s work, queering the superbodies of pop cultural icons, Captain America and Superman, who have come to embody ideas around Americanism, masculinity and status quo.

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Happy 4th of July, from Little Edie!

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Edith “Little Edie” Bouvier Beale

Grey Gardens (1975)

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Papercut - Little Edie Beale of Grey Gardens

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"In countless oral adventures some girls are overreacting to a restrictive lifestyle that was imposed on them by parents."

Lutz Bacher - Images from Sex With Strangers (1986)
In “Sex with Strangers”, a key early work, the artist made photographic enlargements of illustrations and captions from a book that purports to be a cautionary sociology study about female psychology and deviant sexual behavior but is, in fact, pulp pornography. As with her iconic “Jokes” (1985-8) and later “Playboys” (1991-3) series, this work pairs image and text in ways that complicate and transform an initial reading of the work, sending these explicitly pornographic scenes into a discourse around pop-psychology, feminism, obscenity, politics, humor, etc.

"In countless oral adventures some girls are overreacting to a restrictive lifestyle that was imposed on them by parents."

Lutz Bacher - Images from Sex With Strangers (1986)

In “Sex with Strangers”, a key early work, the artist made photographic enlargements of illustrations and captions from a book that purports to be a cautionary sociology study about female psychology and deviant sexual behavior but is, in fact, pulp pornography. As with her iconic “Jokes” (1985-8) and later “Playboys” (1991-3) series, this work pairs image and text in ways that complicate and transform an initial reading of the work, sending these explicitly pornographic scenes into a discourse around pop-psychology, feminism, obscenity, politics, humor, etc.

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"Lily’s damaged sense of self propelled her into oral acts with many strangers as a symbolic form of self-destruction."

Lutz Bacher - Sex with Strangers (1986)
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"Lily’s damaged sense of self propelled her into oral acts with many strangers as a symbolic form of self-destruction."

Lutz Bacher - Sex with Strangers (1986)

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"Hollender notes that females involved in chronic promiscuity seek human relations in a physical and nonpersonalized form."

Lutz Bacher - Sex with Strangers (1986)
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"Hollender notes that females involved in chronic promiscuity seek human relations in a physical and nonpersonalized form."

Lutz Bacher - Sex with Strangers (1986)

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