Program

Talk

Dorothy Iannone, My Liberties (Blonde), 2019, acrylic wall painting, 350 x 180 cm. Courtesy Peres Projects, Berlin. Photographer: Matthias Kolb.

Curator's Tour

Rose Bouthillier

Join Rose Bouthillier, Curator (Exhibitions), for an in-gallery talk on Dorothy  Iannone: Liberties. Explore the colourful, unabashed works of the American-born, Berlin-based artist through insights from the exhibition’s curator.

About the talk

For over 60 years, Dorothy Iannone has created colourful, unabashed, boundary- breaking works that celebrate ideas of freedom. She is known for her deeply personal and autobiographical narratives exploring love, spirituality and ecstatic unity. Throughout her career, Iannone has been subject to frequent censorship, which has contributed to her life’s work being under-recognized.

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