Digital collages commissioned by NUKE MAGAZINE, Paris-FRANCE & THE PRINT MAGAZINE, Montréal, CANADA, for their TRANSITION Issue
"Feminist artist and performer Coco Dolle is the coolest mom out there. After being established for over 20 years in France, where she graduated from the Academy of Arts, she headed to New York, where she’s been living ever since, taking her art global. Fervent believer in women’s empowerment and their rights, she is a committed feminist and the head of numerous associations such as Milk and Night, a curatorial concept exploring intergenerational feminisms, as well as leading a dance group inspired by the iconic Amazon Warriors. Collective Legacy Fatale was founded by Coco in 2008 fusing feminism, performance, leadership, fashion, pop culture & mythology. None to say it hit NYC like a storm. She expresses her convictions through an array of artistic mediums such as painting, dancing, singing, and creating collages, like she did here specifically for us. Coco created these exclusive moodboards for The Fine Print as transition pieces to the following editorial under the themes of Golden Ages and Intergenerational." Editorial THE FINE PRINT
2006 • COCO'S DEMOISELLES
The Bucolic Brothel after Picasso - Deitch Art Parade 2006.
A pop interpretation of the infamous 1907 painting by Pablo Picasso, "The Demoiselles of Avignon". Originally titled, The Philosophical Brothel, Picasso had staged two male figures in his painting before erasing them. A pivotal work marking the debut of cubism.
Coco’s Demoiselles, as seen in The New York Times, “The Creative Spirit strolling through Soho”, September, 10th, 2007 Holland Cutter
VIDEO - Coco's Demoiselles : The Bucolic Brothel after Picasso
Coco's Demoiselles : The Bucolic Brothel after Picasso
2006 • LES MIGNONNES
Digital Collages / Archival Inkjet prints
Series of digital collage inspired by the famous medieval poet Pierre de Ronsard, "Mignonne allons voir si la Rose" , Paris 1545.
Evoking of the evanescence of youth, these digital collages bring my muses, my friends and my visual environment and inspirations together in poetical mannerism.