Product is accompanied by certification of authenticity from Maria Brito LLC Created in collaboration with Maria Brito and Natalie Frank, a supremely talented artist who loves to mix mythology, fantastical creatures, women, ideas of feminism in her work.
Originally created as a way for collectors to have more affordable access to Natalie Frank's work, this scarf is a true piece of art. As a wearable work, it’s a perfect unique addition to any collection.
Natalie Frank explores contemporary discourse on feminism, sexuality, and violence. Her gouache and chalk pastel drawings of the unsanitized Brothers Grimm tales, brings back, with Jack Zipes’ translations, aspects of incest, rape and physical violence left out of our familiar stories. The 2015 exhibition at the New York’s Drawing Center travelled to Blanton Museum, Austin and University of Kentucky Art Museum, Lexington, accompanied by, Natalie Frank. Tales of the Brothers Grimm, published by Damiani, 2015. Frank earned BA from Yale University, 2002, and MFA from Columbia University, 2006. Her work is included in the collections of the Whitney and the Brooklyn Museum in NYC; Art Institute of Chicago; Blanton Museum of Art, Austin; and Yale University Art Museum.
100% silk scarf, digitally printed
36” x 36”