Dorothy Iannone. Censorship And The Irrepressible Drive Toward Love and Divinity
Since the early 1960s, Dorothy Iannone (b. 1933 in Boston, lives and works in Berlin) has been actively exploring ways of representing unconditional love. Her oeuvre encompasses paintings, drawings, collages, video sculptures, audio pieces, objects, and artist’s books. A narrative element grounded in literature, history and mythology, as well as in personal experiences, feelings and relationships, runs through these works.
In conjunction with the exhibition at the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, a new edition of Dorothy Iannone’s artist’s book Censorship And The Irrepressible Drive Toward Love And Divinity is being published by JRP|Ringier press. Essays by Maria Elena Buszek and Heike Munder augment the 2014 edition.
Maria Elena Buszek
English / German
Softcover, 201 x 272 mm
Images: 58 color/ 31 b/w
Published by JRP|Ringier