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Unformatted text preview: I dont believe that she had the best childhood, but I think that most of her work is inspired from it. For example, one piece she created in 1974 was called Destruction of my Father. I also believe that her mothers different style rubbed off on her because when she moved to New York City and ran a fashion show, she made bizarre costumes of body parts for people to wear. Her work is obviously very abstract due to her childhood and the style that she lived with, due to the fact that her mother decorated the house with different things hanging from the ceilings and everything else. She married an American man in 1938 and also eventually made peace with her father, claiming that they got better Ryan Fessler ART 120 11/10/2010 each and every day. In my opinion, her works are abstract and interesting. At age 95, she is still working which is quite an accomplishment in itself and also an incredible career....
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2010 for the course ART 24159 taught by Professor Zeiss during the Fall '07 term at Michigan Flint.
- Fall '07