Dorothy Iannone, ‘Ta(Rot) Pack, deluxe edition’, 2009, New Museum

Signature: Signed and Numbered edition of 40 plus 5 artist proofs

Dorothy Iannone: Lioness, New Museum, July 22 - October 18 2009

Produced by New Museum Store in direct collaboration with the artist

About Dorothy Iannone

In her trademark psychedelic style, Dorothy Iannone depicts the transcendent spirituality of the female sexual experience. Her visual language is derived from Egyptian frescoes, Byzantine mosaics, and ancient fertility statues, and her subject of choice has been her declared muse, long-time lover and fellow artist Dieter Roth, and their sexual relationship. An Icelandic Saga (1978-86), a comic book-like series of drawings with handwritten text that recalls in great sexual detail Iannone’s early relationship with Roth, was featured in her 2010 solo at the New Museum. Iannone works on canvas, paper, wood, and, in later work, video and installation.

American, b. 1933, Boston, Massachusetts, based in Berlin, Germany

Solo Shows

Dorothy Iannone, "Sunny Days and Sweetness" (2012)

Group Shows

Los Angeles,