The boldest

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In the second part of the XXth century emerge the most imagnative, the boldest and sometimes the most controversial artists representaing pregnancy. Finally! no more preconceived ideas, no more moral control, no more classical references. Freedom of expression. Like for the artists of thefirst half of the century media ensure diffusion, but here  at a much greater scale.

Here La grandeMaternité, by Camille Laurens (Foundation Giannada, Martigny, Switzerland)

See also the "Goddess Mother" in Marble, by the French André Naegelen: a marvel to caress without moderation...

 


    • Roger Thévenon (France) -
    • Roger Thévenon (France)
    • \"En attendant....\" - Dominique Chorillon,,France
    • "En attendant...."
    • Dominique Chorillon,,France
    • \"le Monde dans ses bras\" - Domino - Dominique Chorillon
    • "le Monde dans ses bras"
    • Domino - Dominique Chorillon
    • Amsterdam - Eddy Varekamp
    • Amsterdam
    • Eddy Varekamp
    • In the Name of God - Jens Galschiot, (Danemark)
    • In the Name of God
    • Jens Galschiot, (Danemark)
    • Mujer embarazada - Arriaga (Spain)
    • Mujer embarazada
    • Arriaga (Spain)
    • \"Déesse-Mère\"  - André Naegelen, Marbre sur support pivotant
    • "Déesse-Mère"
    • André Naegelen, Marbre sur support pivotant
    • Rabia (montpellier) - Microcosme
    • Rabia (montpellier)
    • Microcosme
    • Sedna enceinte (sirène inuit) - inspirée de Bill Nasogaluak
    • Sedna enceinte (sirène inuit)
    • inspirée de Bill Nasogaluak