First edition, printed in an edition of 1000 copies.
A catalyst for prurient harassment, a place of fetishized fantasy, a source of sexual pleasure, a spring of health and life, a site of medical and social politics and controversy. No other part of the human anatomy, male or female, is loaded with as much symbolic and physical value.
from The Heart of the Matter, Irene Tsatsos
Essay by Irene Tsatsos, Los Angeles
Design and typesetting by Christophe Boutin, Paris
Research and coordination, Frances T. Wu, New York
Photography by C. Timothy Barkley, Greensboro, North Carolina
Photomontage by Christophe Boutin with a portrait by Timothy Barkley
Digital scanning by Mark E. Woodall of Digital Progressions, Inc., Greensboro, North Carolina
Special thanks to Seymour Levin, Mélanie Scarciglia,
Dr. Willard Waldron (deceased), Arlene Raven, and artists, Franklin Adams, Lallah Perry, Uwe Schmidt, Ida Kohlmeyer (deceased), Judy Chicago, Lynda Benglis, Phillip Pearlstein, and Elizabeth Murray.
© 2005 Carol Cole and onestar press