Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Anonymous Gift 84.23
In her own words...
Going on with the meticulous images would have been a kind of freeze. There had to be other ways, more mobility, like experiencing time, and I began moving things around, stretching one area, condensing another, more an effort of suggestion than statement.
—from interview with Cate McQuaid, “Dorothea Tanning Paints Again, and Speaks for Herself,” The Boston Sunday Globe, April 4, 1999, p. N6.