At the invitation of Fabienne Dumont, seven women artists cast an eye on the work of American painter Alice Neel (1900-1984). The work of Alice Neel is marked by a powerful political and social commitment. Down the years, she mainly produced portraits, realistic accounts of the remarkable diversity of America. For Transatlantique, art historian Fabienne Dumont brings together seven European women artists and their views on this exceptional body of work.
144 pages, 10 x 19 cm, softcover, Revolver Publishing (Berlin).