May 11, 2018
Artist strips away what is immediately apparent in search of deeper meaning
May 9, 2018 by Jeffrey Edalatpour
On the path that leads to Marianne Kolb's studio, two female mannequins stand with
their arms akimbo. These approximate women are unclothed in that disconcerting
nude color that's meant to mimic caucasian skin. Their lips are painted red, their
eyes are staring up at something that makes them smile.
They aren't Kolb's muses—real people are, the ones she meets on her daily walks—
but they do point toward the den of an offbeat imagination that's expressing itself in
acrylic paint, gesso and rust.
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Download: Marianne Kolb's Eerie Truths at Triton