by Irene Raspollini

Unique art|15.7 x 23.6 in

The 7th of February 2017, hundreds of Argentine women protested bare-breasted after police asked topless women to leave a nearby beach. This colorful protest, called "Tetazo", was naturally the occasion to criticize in general macho attitudes and those who would dictate what women can do with their bodies. The flowers which surround the three girls are Ceibo, the national Argentine flower. Painting framed in green painted nailed fabric. Ready to hang.


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Irene Raspollini

Irene Raspollini

Born in Siena the 14th of August 1982, I'm a self taught artist. I deal mainly with painting and mail art, but recently I discovered sculpture, graphics and both analogic and digital photography. My favourite media are acrylics, watercolours and self produced pygments, but also found objects, recycling materials and old '30s magazines. I'm art director at "Casa Là - Farm Gallery", a free and independent gallery fot underground artists. My works have been shown in solo and collective exhibitions in Italy and in UK, and features in private collection in Australia, Italy, United Kingdom and United States.

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