Don’t miss Pamela Joseph at Explore Booksellers in Aspen on March 9 from 5:30–6:30pm — “aprés ski”.
“Of all the many books that have been published about Iran, none so viscerally conveys the absurdity of the censorship that bears on the nation, or the spirit of rebellion against it as The Artist, the Censor, and The Nude. Only an artist of the keenest sensibilities, like Pamela Joseph, can make such a distant experience so present.”
– Roya Hakakian, author of Journey from the Land of No: A Girlhood Caught in Revolutionary Iran
“Pamela Joseph understands the power of image. By manipulating such icons as Magritte, Rousseau, Courbet, Dali, and Duchamp, the new adaptations are not only outrageous and humorous, but laced with absurdist dark humor.”
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Pamela Joseph, “Censored Small Fountain by Duchamp (Tan),” 2014, Oil on Linen, 19 x 21 in.
Pamela Joseph, “Censored The Sunbather by Hockney,” 2012, Oil on Linen, 38 x 38 in.