Summary

Gods and devils. Flesh and spirit. Sacred and profane. One of the leading lights of Pop Surrealism, Tara McPherson has traveled the world with her work, gaining new inspirations. Bunny in the Moonfeatures compelling new works and sculpture informed by mythology and folklore. The resulting imagery combines the primal power at the core of ancient culture with McPherson's contemporary explorations of love, loss, strength, vulnerability, and female empowerment.
* Foreword by filmmaker Morgan Spurlock (Supersize Me).
* Tara's work has been featured in Vanity Fair, The New York Times, and Juxtapoz!

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Dark Horse

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Gods and devils. Flesh and spirit. Sacred and profane. One of the leading lights of Pop Surrealism, Tara McPherson has traveled the world with her work, gaining new inspirations. Bunny in the Moonfeatures compelling new works and sculpture informed by mythology and folklore. The resulting imagery combines the primal power at the core of ancient culture with McPherson's contemporary explorations of love, loss, strength, vulnerability, and female empowerment.
* Foreword by filmmaker Morgan Spurlock (Supersize Me).
* Tara's work has been featured in Vanity Fair, The New York Times, and Juxtapoz!

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