Rebecca Warren talks about her work, which references an array of male masters from the history of art, from Edgar Degas to Auguste Rodin, and from the neo-expressionists to Robert Crumb.



Often her large-scale figures of unfired clay grotesquely exaggerate the characteristic traits and trademarks of female sexuality such as breasts, calves and buttocks. Her work explores many contemporary aesthetic enquiries, as well as theoretical and political questions rooted in the histories of feminism, psychoanalysis and expressionism.