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Dorothea Tanning (1910-2012)
Frontispiece (for Clos Camardon)
-Dorothea Tanning, Hail, Delirium!, 1992, catalog raisonne
The mystic indeterminacy - the creation of a zone of pure flux, a groundlessness that seems a ground in itself - continues into the 1980s, ever-fresh Tanning reinventing it as a new miracle of chance. The frontispiece of Clos Camardon (1985; cat.56) in which the leaf sets off the strangely figual action...[is a]...magnificent example.
-Donald Kuspit, The Amorphousness of Being Other: Dorothea Tanning's Prints, Hail Delirium, catalog raisonne
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