Ta(Rot) Pack deluxe edition, 2009 - Dorothy Iannone
About the Work
About Ta(Rot) Pack deluxe edition
Between 1968-1969 Dorothy Iannone made a series of 27 drawings depicting her life with Dieter Roth while living in Germany, France and Iceland. Dorothy described this period as "always immersed in the beloved." She called this series of drawings Ta ...Read More
Between 1968-1969 Dorothy Iannone made a series of 27 drawings depicting her life with Dieter Roth while living in Germany, France and Iceland. Dorothy described this period as "always immersed in the beloved." She called this series of drawings Ta(Rot) (Dieter Roth was also known as Dieter Rot). The drawings are beautiful, romantic, and personal. When Dorothy had her exhibition at the New Museum in 2009, she collaborated with Jarrett Gregory and Daniel Thiem to re-imagine her Ta(Rot) series into a tarot pack edition. The Museum scanned her original drawings (which were A4 sized) and then compressed them into 3.75" x 5" laminated cards. Each Ta(Rot) pack is housed in a custom handmade cherry box, hand branded with the edition title. The edition is hand-signed and numbered by the artist.Read Less
About the Artist
About Dorothy Iannone
Iannone's work has been exhibited in solo shows at institutions including the New Museum (2009), Kunsthalle Wien (2006), and Kunst-Werke in Berlin (1992) and in group shows such as Seductive Subversion: Contemporary Women Artists 1958—1968 at the Brooklyn Museum (2010), Bodypoliticx at Witte de With in Rotterdam (2007), and the 2006 Whitney Biennial.
DescriptionLaminated 4 color cards in a custom handmade cherry wood box
AuthenticationSigned and numbered by the artist.
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Additional InformationProduced by New Museum. Edition of 50 plus 10 artist proofs.
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