Intriguing portrayals of Japanese femininity by Ai Yamaguchi – “Shinchishirin”
Inspired by the pictorial possibilities of the calligraphy of her native language, Japanese artist Ai Yamaguchi presents a new, unconventional series of paintings for her upcoming show at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York, “shinchishirin,” which opens on May 8.
eccentric, vain auntie looks in A Lizard in a Woman’s Skin (1971, Lucio Fulci)
The Lair of the White Worm - How wonderful are the costumes of Lady Sylvia?
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Vonetta McGee in Bracula (1972)