Since the 1960s Dorothy Iannone has been making oversized figurative paintings populated with a psychedelic, utopian mix of characters, objects and ornamental themes. Her work, much of it created for, with or about her one-time lover Dieter Roth, developed in the context of the experimental 60s, and years later, her unbowed expressiveness and vitality continue to inspire a new generation, including the curators of the 2006 Whitney Biennial. This monograph accompanied a 2006 exhibition at Kunsthalle Wien, where Iannone’s work was shown alongside that of Lee Lozano.
L 10.5”, W 8.5”.
Verlag für Moderne Kunst, 2006. German language. Hardcover, 80 pages.