A Woman's Right to Pleasure


With a forward by Dr. Amir Marashi (CERĒ founder), A Woman's Right to Pleasure is full of iconic and never-before-published works by Georgia O'Keeffe, Louise Bourgeois, Judy Chicago, Tracey Emin, Jenny Holzer, Marlene Dumas and Alice Neel, and other female-identifying artists.

Original essays by New York Times best selling authors Erica Jong and Roxane Gay, and contributions from photographers like Cindy Sherman, Carrie Mae Weems, Marilyn Minter and Nan Goldin, as well as by emerging talent such as Mickalene Thomas, Martine Gutierrez and Harley Weir in this groundbreaking art book that sees the most critical female voices of the last century explore the idea of pleasure and empowerment in all its forms.

For too long, the female experience has been depicted and explored through the eyes of men. Well no more. A Woman's Right to Pleasure is an explosive and titillating coffee table book packed with stimulating illustration, collage, photography and essays – created by diverse voices and guaranteed to get you hot under the collar. ― The Face


274 pages. English. Published by Black Book November 29, 2020.

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