“Salomé” by Angela Matera
Angela Matera is an italian illustrator and printmaker.

Angela Matera’s current body of work explores representations of women in visual culture. Matera is currently working on large paintings and mixed-media works in which can be reinterpret as the classic iconography of female protagonists but particularly the biblical figure of Salomè – a symbol of female sensuality, malice, and deviousness within the imagery from the pin-up culture of the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s. Matera’s draws inspiration comes from posters, fashion and interior design. Her interest in such aesthetic connects to the interest in social milieu particularly characterized by impulses of social ferment and change. Moreover,a general and drastic re-evaluation of the role of women after many years of conservatism is presented.

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