Diary

Magic and Mystery in Berlin

Dorothy Iannone, one of the most fearless and idiosyncratic artists of her generation, an explorer of eroticism and the body decades ahead of her time, once said she believed a crucial component of her work was ‘a propensity for veracity,’ for making her thoughts, desires, fears and hopes transparent to the viewer.
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