Clothing Cast in Mystery Karen LaMonte

Millstone, Marilyn
April 2012
Surface Design Journal;Spring2012, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p46
Trade Publication
The article examines the life and work of the American artist Karen LaMonte. Particular focus is given to her life-size sculptures which are made of glass cast dresses and other garments. Additional topics discussed include her studies at the Rhode Island School of Design and how her work explores the relationship between a woman's body and culture.


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