Dorothy Iannone: v. 1: Seek the Extremes
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This work contains texts by Sabine Folie, and Barbara Vinken. Since the sixties, the American artist Dorothy Iannone has been working on large, figurative paintings and singing boxes featuring psychedelic characters, objects and ornamental themes. Her utopian, bounteous messages (of love) reflect the psychedelic art of the sixties and testify to her unbowed expressiveness and vitality. In 2005, Sprengel Museum Hannover arranged a retrospective of her works and her longtime companion, Dieter Roth. Iannone is also a participant at the Whitney Biennale 2006. This work is published to accompany the exhibition Seek the Extremes...Dorothy Iannone Lee Lozano at Kunsthalle Wien, July - October 2006.
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