Lily Van der Stokker's illustrated autobiography of her life in New York in the 1980s, when she opened a gallery in the East Village.
"The story I am going to tell is a story that Jack had said several times we should make a film of. In those days I was never interested in writing down everything, but here it is: With a girlfriend I decided to travel to New York. It was meant to not be a short holiday. We thought it was the coolest place to go to. If we could survive in New York, that would be the ultimate challenge.
I told more than Jack intended me to tell, but I did it the way he said it: 'Write it down, the Six Street Gallery story and all the things that happened with you, because it sounds like a movie.'"
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.
Postface by Raphael Gygax.
published in April 2022
16,5 x 21,5 cm (hardcover)
184 pages (ill.)
ISBN : 978-2-37896-293-7
EAN : 9782378962937