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Brigid Berlin, Untitled (Tit Print), 1996.

Brigid Berlin

Untitled (Tit Print), 1996

Ink on paper

A fixture of the New York art scene in the mid–60s and early–70s, an associate of both Andy Warhol and Willem de Kooning, and a provocative artist who espoused sexuality and body positivity, Brigid Berlin—who died in 2020, at age 80—could not have chosen a more different sphere than the one in which she grew up. Her father was the head of the all-powerful Hearst Corporation, and her mother was a pedigreed and proper socialite.