Niki de Saint Phalle
Beautiful, flamboyant, daring and fiercely independent, Niki de Saint Phalle (1930-2002) emerged in the 1960s as a powerful and original figure in the male-dominated art world centred on Paris. This book provides a survey of her whole career.
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the Sacred the Profane
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Alexander Iolas altarpiece Artemisia Artist donation assemblage avant-garde birth California catalogue Cheval Clarice collaborative contemporary created culture d'Art Moderne Daddy deposit at Mamac Duchamp Ed Kienholz Everett Ellin Gallery female feminist France Frank Stella French Gilles de Rais Hannover Harry Mathews Impasse Ronsin Jasper Johns Jean Tinguely Kenneth Koch Kienholz King Kong Kristeva Larry Rivers Modern Art Moderna Museet mother Musee Museum of Modern NCAF NCAF-Donation Niki Neo-Dada Nice Niki and Jean Niki de Saint Niki's Nouveau Nouveaux Realisles nude objects on masonite objects on plywood objects on wood Paris Phalle's Pierre Restany plaster and small plaster and various Pompidou Portrait rape Rauschenberg and Johns Robert Rauschenberg sacred Saint Phalle Santee sculpture sexual shooting paintings shot Silk-screen small found objects solo exhibition Sprengel Mus Tarot Tarot Garden Tate Liverpool Tinguely's various objects Venus volonte wire mesh woman women wood and various wool York