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On Tender Hooks

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Isabel Samaras's uirky sexy pop surrealist art has had a cult following for yearsand now at long last her first monograph On Tender Hooks is here Drawing her influence from classic TV shows and paintings by the Old Masters. This is my kind of art classic but with a pop tongue in cheek

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E way interview between Samaras and fellow low brow artists Shag and The Pizz as well as delightful and enlightening commentary from gallerist Justin Giarla and art writer Colin Berry and an erotic short story by Lucy Blue. If you are easily offended this is not the book for you If it tickles you to see iconic images put into a pornographic yet artistic context this is the perfect book for youIsabel Samaras apparently favors using classics like I Dream of Jeannie Batman and Robin The Addams Family The Munsters etc and gives them a fabulous pornographic twist; she puts The Addams and Munsters in bed together; has Batman and Robin making out and so much ; Lily and Morticia sharing a moment or two She paints beyond these examples of course and every painting is just wonderful Every once in a while an original painting is shown to give the viewer a better idea of what inspired a particular painting and many paintings take up two pages because one page is devoted to giving a close up of something in the backgroundHer introduction to this book is fabulous Her writing style is very engaging she explains what and who inspired her to start painting and why she started off with vintage lunch boxes and TV trays as canvases; she mentions her trips to Italy and how each trip was a completely different experience because of the way it affected her painting She details why she decided to depict classic monsters in alternate ie happy scenarios and she gives us a glimpse of her painting processJustin Giarla a gallerist who showed her work writes about what made her artwork appeal to him One thing he said was Yet Isabel's subjects aren't the perverse musings of some twisted mind Instead they are actually loving portraits of humanity with all its failings and crazy drama He wrote that for people who grew up on these television shows Isabel's paintings remind them what it is like to be a kid againColin Berry wrote Isabel clearly embraced tenderness in her work she favored scenes of affection mystery and passion He juxtaposes her work with other artists' in that genre which is apparently Lowbrow and goes into some detail about how her style and subject matter differs from the others' Napoléon au Portugal : Le triomphe de l'armée luso-britannique annonce la fin de l'empire (1801-1814) offended this is not the book for you If it tickles you to see iconic images put into a pornographic yet artistic context this is the perfect book for youIsabel Samaras apparently favors using classics like I Dream Histoire des troupes suisses au service de France sous le règne de Napoléon 1er of Jeannie Batman and Robin The Addams Family The Munsters etc and gives them a fabulous pornographic twist; she puts The Addams and Munsters in bed together; has Batman and Robin making La Tragédie du capitaine Dreyfus out and so much ; Lily and Morticia sharing a moment Napoléon or two She paints beyond these examples La Restauration. 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For example riffing on Gricault's Raft of the Medusa by replacing the figures with characters from Gilligan's IslandSamaras has created a witty erotic and surreal body of work This fresh and dazzling volume includes a thre. I really do like Isabel Samaras' workPre weed read L'Ame de Napoléon on Gricault's Raft Napoléon, tome 3 : L'Empereur des rois, 1806-1812 of the Medusa by replacing the figures with characters from Gilligan's IslandSamaras has created a witty erotic and surreal body Le second Empire of work This fresh and dazzling volume includes a thre. I really do like Isabel Samaras' workPre weed read

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