The pictures were painted directly through me, without any preliminary drawings and with great force. I had no idea what the paintings were supposed to depict; nevertheless I worked swiftly and surely, without changing a single brush stroke.
This ad in Emily in Paris stands for everything the male gaze represents, women being beautiful for men. And Emily despises that. And she is not alone in this.
If you’ve never seen any of her works you would think that she is a contemporary artist and you’d probably would want to see her work up close and personal asap. Unfortunately she is not. […]
You feel sorry for me because a woman’s name raises doubts until the work is seen; I shall not bore you any longer with this female chatter. The works speak for themselves.