About lick and lather by antoni
Overview. Lick and Lather comprises fourteen self-portrait busts that Janine Antoni cast in two materials, with seven in chocolate, and seven in soap. Each cast was identical until the artist undertook the task of licking the chocolate busts and bathing with the soap busts, hence the playful title, Lick and Lather. Antoni's labor in. Janine Antoni | Lick and Lather () | Artsy Bunny. Age: 22. i'm always up for going out, drinking, eating anything fun, plus i look good on a guys arm (show me off) Antoni gave them a different soap bust to replace the older one. But the soap bust had developed problematic-looking white crystals on its surface, which distracted from the message. Feb 10, - Then she licked the chocolate bust down until its features became indistinct, and took the soap bust into the shower with her, letting water slowly erode its features. Hence the artwork's name: Lick and Lather. The goal of licking and washing the busts, says Antoni, was to highlight the conflicted, but intimate. Defrancesca. Age: 23. The statistics: The Art of Chocolate (and Soap) Lick and Lather. Artist: Janine Antoni (American, born Freeport, Bahamas, ). Date: Medium: Chocolate and soap. Dimensions: Head I: 24 × 13 in. (61 × 33 cm) Head II: 16 × 13 in. ( × 33 cm) Base: 45 × 13 in. ( × 33 cm). Classification: Sculpture. Credit Line: Collection of Jill and Peter Kraus. Artwork title: Lick and Lather; Artist name: Janine Antoni; Date created: ; Classification: sculpture; Medium: two self-portrait busts: one chocolate and one soap; Dimensions: 24 in. x 16 in. x 13 in. each ( cm x cm x cm each). Date acquired: ; Credit: Collection SFMOMA Gift of Carla Emil and. Naveen. Age: 24. I offer wonderful massages using different techniques to reach a more intense orgasm From The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Janine Antoni, Lick and Lather (), Chocolate and soap. Janine Antoni , 7 chocolate and 7 soap self-portrait busts. The artist created the sculptures from molds of. Feb 21, - On the second floor, on a row of high plinths in the long gallery behind the elevators, are 14 more Antoni heads. These are her famous self-portraits, Lick and Lather, casts made in chocolate and soap that she modeled on classical busts and “re-sculpted” by the processes described in the title. Janine Antoni.