These phallic drawings by New York City based artist Judith Bernstein represent, in her words "an amalgamation of anti-war, feminism and sexuality" sentiment. Beginning in the 60's, as a graduate student at Yale, Bernstein used the phallus in her work as a symbol for male posturing and as a form of protest to the treatment of women in the art sphere. Initially Bernstein pulled her inspiration from graffiti in men's bathrooms. The drawings in Dicks of Death span from 1966 - 2016. Published by Edition Patrick Frey (Zurich).
188 pages, 22.5 × 34 cm, Edition Patrick Frey (Zurich).