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Rebecca Warren -
First monograph.
Large-size figures of unfired clay, which grotesquely exaggerate the characteristic traits and trademarks of female sexuality such as breasts, calves and buttocks, have made a name for British artist Rebecca Warren (born in 1965 in London).
Rebecca Warren's oeuvre frankly references a veritable array of masters from the history of art: Degas, Rodin, Boccioni, Picasso, Fontana, the German Expressionists, and Neo-Expressionists such as Robert Crumb. It also brings to mind the works by Martin Kippenberger, Fischli & Weiss' clay sculptures, and the hostile and eye-striking aggressiveness but substantive subtlety of Sarah Lucas' works.
Rebecca Warren's art likewise unites popular culture and advanced civilization, feministic and psychological debate.
Published with Kunsthalle Zurich.
published in 2005
bilingual edition (English / German)
20,5 x 25,5 cm
98 pages (colour illustrations)
ISBN : 978-3-905701-33-3
EAN : 9783905701333
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