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TimesLIVE: Wedding Crash: The fabric of Dreams

Titled Rapaciously Yours and on view at the Richard Taittinger Gallery in New York, the exhibition comprises nine sculptures and a large sound installation called The Dream. The latter work is composed of 40 wedding dresses sourced from second-hand stores…

Hyperallergic: South African Artist Nails It with Sculptures Made from Thousands of Press-Ons

When Taraji P. Henson, in the character of Cookie on the TV show Empire, stalks into a room, juts out one voluptuous hip, puts her hand on it, looks a rival directly in the eye and says “What’s up, boo…

Fashion Times: 5 Must-See Art Exhibitions in New York City

Richard Taittinger Gallery presents the first major solo exhibition of works by Frances Goodman. The South african artist explores the emotions surrounding  woman’s pursuit to be seen as desirable, confident and powerful in “Rapaciously Yours.” The collection of work involves…

ODD: ‘RAPACIOUSLY YOURS’

Rapaciously Yours, the first major solo exhibition of works by South African artist Frances Goodman, is on display now at Richard Taittinger Gallery, 154 Ludlow St. The show is a breathtaking demonstration of skill and wit, managing to strike that…

Covet Cult: “Rapaciously Yours” by Frances Goodman

Rapaciously Yours by Frances Goodman is the first major solo exhibition in the United States, shown by South African artist at none other than my favorite Lower East Side Gallery, The Richard Taittinger Gallery, located at 154 Ludlow St.. I…

Neoillusion: RAPACIOUSLY YOURS :: Frances Goodman

O, Rapture! Capture me and take me away to the depths of your passion. Wrap me in your embrace, calmly sway me virulently, vigilantly and captivate my essence eternally. I am the curve at the edge of the circle, the…

The Creator’s Project: South African Artist Explores Feminism Through Intimate Sculptures

Artist Frances Goodman once spent hours at a time sitting in between naked women’s legs, adorning their vaginas with individual stones (a process also known as “vajazzling”). She was photographing the vajazzled areas for a new series. Unsurprisingly, she says…

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