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by Rosalyn Drexler

Author: Rosalyn Drexler
Language: English
Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services (November 25, 1976)
Pages: 176 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.6
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Submissions of a Lady Wrestler book.

Submissions of a Lady Wrestler book.

Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780583124690.

Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services, 1976.

Rosalyn Drexler (born 25 November, 1926) is an American artist, novelist, Obie Award-winning playwright, and Emmy . Drexler started working out and learning Judo there. She heard of a man, Billy Wolfe, who was organizing a women’s wrestling team

Rosalyn Drexler (born 25 November, 1926) is an American artist, novelist, Obie Award-winning playwright, and Emmy Award-winning screenwriter, and former professional wrestler. Although her early work was in sculpture, she was better known for her multimedia pop culture assemblages of found objects and her paintings, which included found images. She heard of a man, Billy Wolfe, who was organizing a women’s wrestling team. After having to call her husband for permission, she went down in Florida to train, wrestle, and tour under the character of "Rosa Carlo, the Mexican Spitfire.

Rosalyn Drexler (born 25 November 1926) is an American visual artist, novelist, Obie Award-winning playwright, and Emmy Award-winning screenwriter, and former professional wrestler

Rosalyn Drexler (born 25 November 1926) is an American visual artist, novelist, Obie Award-winning playwright, and Emmy Award-winning screenwriter, and former professional wrestler. Although she has had a polymathic career, Drexler is perhaps best known for her pop art paintings and as the author of the novelization of the film Rocky, under the pseudonym Julia Sorel. Drexler currently lives and works in New York City, New York.

Perils of a lady wrestler. Drexler does seediness well; she makes it look the norm

Perils of a lady wrestler. By SALLY KEMPTON FEB. 27, 1972. She carried her clothes around in her bag along with a telephone book, cigarettes, makeup, douche powder, douche, dexies, Meth, Thorazine, vitamin pills, rosehip gum, sugar cubes, perfume, jewelry, The Egyptian Book of the Dead, the I Ching, Delfen foam. She is a freak, of course, in spite of her normal young girl's interest in organic food and the I Ching. Drexler does seediness well; she makes it look the norm.

A survey exhibition, Rosalyn Drexler and the Ends of Man, took place in 2006 at Rutgers .

A survey exhibition, Rosalyn Drexler and the Ends of Man, took place in 2006 at Rutgers University’s Paul Robeson Gallery (Newark, New Jersey). Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, Drexler’s paintings were featured in many important museum exhibitions, such as Pop Art USA (1963, Oakland Art Museum, California), The Painter and the Photograph (1964, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University), American Pop Art (1974, Whitney Museum of American Art), and Another Aspect of Pop Art, (1978, .

Rosalyn Drexler was one of the early artists to mine American kitsch and pop culture for her practice. Her life has been as multifaceted as her subject matter; Drexler was a professional wrestler and a novelist, and has written, among other things, an adaptation of the screenplay Rocky. In the early 1960s, Drexler created paintings by collaging images from B-movies, tabloids, and pulp novels directly onto her canvases, before painting over them in a cool, flat style with acrylic paint.

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