This first monograph includes all of Van der Stokker's murals and most of her drawings.
In an interview in this collection of Van der Stokker's wall paintings and drawings, John Waters says, 'Millions of teenage girls have drawings that are good, but no one ever tells them that they are'. Van der Stokker celebrates teenage girlishness, and has since 1983 found both immense support and immense rejection within the art world community. Includes interviews with Van der Stokker and a complete presentation of her works in situ, printed on full-page spreads on quality mat paper.
Dutch-born van der Stokker (1954, Hertogenbosch), active artist-gallery owner on the East Side of New York in the 80's, now lives between Amsterdam and New York. She developed pictorial murals
with happy candy-coated slogans that incited acid sarcasm from her contemporaries.
Texts by Anne Pontégnie, Éric Troncy
, John Waters/Charles Esche, Mirjam Westen, Amy Kellner.
Co-published with Janvier.
published in 2003
bilingual edition (English / French)
20,5 x 26,2 cm (hardcover)
448 pages (370 colour ill.)
ISBN : 978-2-84066-083-5
EAN : 9782840660835