With overheated seductive power and sultry malicious glamour Karen Kilimnik introduces us to the rituals of her second-hand yearnings and her media worship, which she proceeds to dissect in an incomparable mixture of desperate innocence, post-adolescent ingenuity, and voodoo-like humor.
“A world where supermodels converge with the super-rich—Kate Moss and Princess Diana become one—and where the adult obsessions with wealth and beauty are offset by a childish preoccupation with pedigree dogs, thoroughbred horses and the Pink Panther.” (Anna Chapman, The Face) — From the publisher
Zürich: Edition Patrick Frey & Kunsthalle Zürich, 1997.
First edition Folio (37.1 × 27.1 cm) Softcover 142 pp Texts in English Die-cut illustrated wrappers. Sewn bound. Printed in colour throughout.
Fine. Slight shelf wear. Internally fine. Item ID: 1208.