Janine Antoni: Bahamian, born Lick and Lather; complete set of fourteen busts: seven in chocolate and seven in soap on fourteen pedestals: overall.
These two self-portrait busts have changed and will continue to change over time . One is made of soap, the other chocolate. After fashioning the sculptures.
Artwork title: Lick and Lather; Artist name: Janine Antoni; Date created: ; Classification: sculpture; Medium: two self-portrait busts: one chocolate and.
Janine Antoni, Lick and Lather, –94; collection SFMOMA, Collection of Carla Emil and Rich Silverstein and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (John.
Janine Antoni, Lick and Lather, , installed in the New Museum.. The pound chocolate and lard cubes from Antoni's Gnaw,
Janine Antoni: Loving Care & Lick and Lather. Janine Antoni was born in Freeport, Bahamas in Antoni's work blurs the distinction between performance.
Lick and Lather, , two self-portrait busts: one chocolate and one.. Contemporary artist Janine Antoni created the original sculptures in.
Washington, DC—The National Gallery of Art recently acquired Lick and Lather ( ) by Janine Antoni, arguably her most famous work, two untitled.
From The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Janine Antoni, Lick and Lather ( ), Chocolate and soap.
Janine Antoni in collaboration with Anna Halprin, Paper Dance, In her work Lick & Lather, Antoni made a mold directly from her body, then cast.