Hans Bellmer 'The Doll' T-Shirt
In often violently erotic photographs and drawings, Hans Bellmer developed the Surrealist theme of mannequins and dolls as metaphors of sexuality with a singularly obsessive focus. With his Doll sculptures, drawings and photographs Bellmer appropriated and subverted the idea of the child’s toy. An erotic obsession, the Dolls incarnated his fascination for the corruption of innocence and for the writing of De Sade, whom he much admired. The artist intended, in his own words, to “make it possible to recreate physically the dizzying heights of passion and to do so to the extent of creating new desires.”
☞ Printed on a black unisex, super soft cotton tee.
Chest: S 36" | M 40" | L 44" | XL 48"
Length: S 28" | M 29" | L 30" | XL 31"