Don Brown: Yoko

Reduced to half or three-quarter scale and rendered nude in pure white, Brown’s wife Yoko is an eerily childlike muse. Entwined with a fictional twin and juxtaposed with dialogue like “Take your knickers off,” she’s Lolita all the way. These 20 sculptures appear interspersed with short texts from artists, critics, collectors, curators and friends, among them Stefan Kalmar, Gregor Muir, Richard Prince, Norman Rosenthal and Rudolf Sagmeister.

Text: Harrison Sara. pp. 48; paperback. Publisher: Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln, 2006.

ISBN: 9783883759234| 3883759236

ID: 15217

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Reduced to half or three-quarter scale and rendered nude in pure white, Brown’s wife Yoko is an eerily childlike muse. Entwined with a fictional twin and juxtaposed with dialogue like “Take your knickers off,” she’s Lolita all the way. These 20 sculptures appear interspersed with short texts from artists, critics, collectors, curators and friends, among them Stefan Kalmar, Gregor Muir, Richard Prince, Norman Rosenthal and Rudolf Sagmeister.

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