Dorothy Iannone: new paintings at the Stryke Gallery… April 16… to May 6, 1965 [poster]
Book Id: 14751
FREE domestic or international shipping with direct order. **Black-and-white poster on stiff paper 54.4 x 65 cm (21-1/4 x 25-3/4 inches), folded in 6 for mailing, with address and postal indicia on outside blank panel. Heavy black drawings with written text, almost Byzantine in their density, surround two multiple-exposed photographs of the artist in a stylish hat and dress. A strong, very early work. Between 1963 and 1967 she and her then-husband ran the Stryke Gallery at 86 E. 10 Street, NYC. In 1967, the couple were with Emmett Williams in Reykjavik, Iceland. There they met Dieter Roth. She became his lover and he her muse. The description of a solo show, "Dorothy Iannone: Lioness." at the New Museum in New York in summer 2009 states, "Since the 1960s Iannone has continued to portray the female sexual experience as one of transcendence, union, and spirituality." Only light wear. No copies located in OCLC (nor any other publications of the Stryke Gallery).