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Judith Bernstein, Dick in a Head / Flocked Pink, 2013

Judith Bernstein, Dick in a Head / Flocked Pink, 2013

Regular price £666.67 Sale

2013
Silkscreen with flocking
70 × 50 cm
Edition of 50 + 5APs, signed and numbered

For this edition, Judith Bernstein made her first flocked print since the 1970s. The print, entitled Dick in a Head, derives from an on-going series of drawings that refer to the idea that sex is in the head.

Currently experiencing a renaissance, for 50 years Bernstein has created expressive drawings and paintings that boldly critique militarism and machismo in a manner that is at once humorous and threatening. Referencing the subliminal, Bernstein’s work is a psychological amalgamation of sex, war and feminism in different orders and priorities.

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