“Lady Vagina belongs to the series MOO NUDES, a slyly erotic celebration of the female body. The work represents the womanhood tautologically and invites the beholders to discover the feminality and the open-endedness of the element.”
To learn more of Monika’s thoughts on The Vagina Project, read her blog entry entitled Lady Vagina @ The Vagina Project.
MOO | Monika Mori born in 1960 in Moedling, Austria. Since 2011, she has lived and worked in Maria Enzersdorf, which is near Vienna. She has had formal art training with Prof. Anneliese Beschorner, along with art tours and workshops in Spain, Germany, and Florida. In 2004 she created the first cycle “noli turbare circulos meos.” The first public presentation of her work was in 2008, and shortly after that the nomination for the 1st St. Leopold Friedenspreis; she was endowed with EUR 12,000 for humanitarian engagement in the arts. In 2010 she was awarded for the work “Mystery of Cy” and an exhibition at the famous Leopold Museum in Vienna. That same year, she had her first exhibition in New York. She has exhibited nationally and internationally, and has won various awards. Her works exist in private and public collections worldwide. Monika, a proud member of The Haggus Society, was part of their 2011 exhibition Edges and Curves.
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