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There have been many personal exhibits dedicated to him in Italy and abroad. About the Author: Tacage. Through his outstanding technique, cinematic compositions, and subtle use of ink and line, Crepax created an introspective and consciously sensual character, a photographer living in the midst of a feminist revolution, that would become his trademark.

Michelle Hartney posted the guerilla wall labels next to the artwork of Paul Gaugin and Pablo Picasso, calling out their abusive or misogynistic histories. Later a child was born to Philip and Valentina, Mattia.

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You are commenting using your Twitter account. He did all this at the same time feminism came to creoax a politically more sensitive vision of womanhood. A tribute to the Italian fashion designer Krizia, the story takes place in a dream-like version of New York. Crepx to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window More Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window.

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Notify me of new comments via email. There have been many personal exhibits dedicated to him in Italy and abroad. Your email address will not be published. Search for: We watch Valentina struggle through a teenage bout with anorexia, willingly give her virginity to a much older man, and, in the best scene Crepax ever drew, burst into tears at her first glimpse of Louise Brooks on the silver screen before going home and shaping her own haircut into Brooks's signature bob.

In a feature film called Baba Yaga was based on the comic book.

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Aside from a few hard-to-find volumes of literary adaptations, he has nothing in print, and tracking down Valentina , his hardcore masterwork, in English, is nearly impossible. The best comics, though, defy the commonly accepted but overly simple construction of the medium as "pictures that move.

Truly great comics beg for deconstruction, constantly reminding readers that they are interacting with the work of human hands. It's easy to blame the low visibility of erotic comics on an unadventurous audience and a censorious industry, but the reality is that to make good comics that work as porn takes an incredible amount of skill -- the artistic ability to create marks on paper that are themselves as erotic as whatever story those marks construct.

In a medium whose baseline physical sensation is the unremarkable feeling of fingertips on paper, the truly sensual is quite a dragon to chase. And this is why Guido Crepax's Valentina is so important.

Crepax is perhaps the most talented cartoonist whose work is so largely unavailable to the American market. Aside from a few hard-to-find volumes of literary adaptations, he has nothing in print, and tracking down Valentina, his hardcore masterwork, in English, is nearly impossible.

Two thin volumes translated decades ago by NBM fetch collector's prices, and a few shorts in vintage issues of Heavy Metal magazine give only tantalizing hints toward the true greatness of the master, who worked for his entire four-decade career in Italian. Though it's a shame such potentially life-changing work remains so unavailable, it's hardly surprising. As with any number of the 20th century's most important artists -- James Joyce comes to mind, as do Pablo Picasso and the comics medium's own George Herriman -- Crepax's best work is also his least accessible, ranging from black-lacquered BDSM stories to completely non-narrative art showcases.

It's the pages on which his obsessions overtake him utterly, where he seems more interested in entering a dialogue with himself and his own characters than with his audience, that Crepax's real genius is to be found. This, of course, is why his porn comics succeed where countless others fail: Rather than attempting to manipulate the erotic sensibilities of an unseen crowd of onlookers, Crepax focused on isolating those of the people in his panels, and specifically on building up his gorgeous young fashion photographer Valentina Roselli into a woman so real that to read the comics is to believe that the pleasure her ink body derives from being stroked by ink fingers or massaged by ink tongues is as real as the pleasure one's own body has been given by real-life sexual experiences.

From even the most cursory look at Valentina, it's obvious that its artist wanted to do more than just draw sex. At his best, Crepax uses the comics medium itself as a sexual organ, wracking limbs and exploring orifices with nothing more than sequenced drawings.

To do this, though, he had to create someone real enough to do it to.

Hence, Valentina. Crepax's almond-eyed, soft-lipped, bob-haircutted nubile was born into a milieu similar to what most comics characters answering to her physical description inhabit: the teasingly sexy super-spy strip Neutron , which Jim Steranko would rip off wholesale a few years later in creating his classic run on Nick Fury: Agent of SHIELD, which still stands as the quintessential psychedelic superhero comic.

The former advertising artist Crepax's first work in comics, Neutron is the highly readable if hardly transcendent chronicle of Phil Rembrandt, a dangerously chic New York sophisticate who happens to be gifted with the ability to freeze anything as still as a statue with a single gaze.

Rembrandt's globe-hopping, highly stylized travails as a crimefighter make for a brisk read, but the real draw of his adventures is Crepax's art. Mixing an elegant pen line with absolutely brutal brushwork the likes of which American comics wouldn't see until the ascendance of Gary Panter, the book is full of truly thrilling drawings, ones whose strokes and trails carry more interest than their content, even in the scenes of cop killing and Formula racing.

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The only indications that Neutron is more than the work of another talented draftsman chained to the slave ship of superhero comics come in the scenes featuring Neutron's lovely Italian girlfriend, Miss Roselli. Time literally stops for Valentina when she enters one of Crepax's scenes: The panels break free of their grids and cluster into discontinuous clouds, each individual frame painstakingly describing a small detail of this angel's perfection.

Eyes melt into lips and folds of drapery against skin, and suddenly the reader is held as still as if they were themselves caught in Neutron's immobilizing gaze. As readers, we must pay our respects to Valentina before we can continue with the story, drinking her in with our eyes as entirely as possible.

After two Neutron stories, the second of which found the hero off-panel for most of its conclusion as Valentina evaded a group of killers during a swinging costume party, Crepax acknowledged where his real interest lay, and Neutron was jettisoned though Phil Rembrandt remained a nominal presence, eventually taking up the role of Valentina's estranged husband.

In an order so short that it would be surprising if it didn't feel so right, the rechristened Valentina became a hardcore porno comic, then an even more uncompromising exploration of one of sexuality's many final frontiers, sadomasochism. In Baba Yaga , the first Valentina story to truly delve into submission and domination as well as, rather shockingly, the only one to be adapted into a feature film , the "action" in "action comics" becomes a conceptual presence at best: though the human figure's interaction with other figures and complex machinery is as present as in any blockbuster superhero opus, there are no battles to be won, no triumphs of good over evil, no grand declarations of purpose or ideology.For more information regarding valentina guido crepax partners with whom we share data, please see our Partners List.

The film was directed by Corrado Farina , who had previously made a documentary on the comics by Guido Crepax. The book ends with Valentina setting out to her first meeting with Phil Rembrandt -- her first appearance, closing the narrative circle begun seven years previously in Neutron.

After two Neutron stories, the second of which found the hero off-panel for most of its conclusion as Valentina evaded a group of killers during a swinging costume party, Crepax acknowledged where his real interest lay, and Neutron was jettisoned though Phil Rembrandt remained a nominal presence, eventually taking up the role of Valentina's estranged husband.

Valentina in other media[ edit ] In a feature film called Baba Yaga was based on the comic book.

It's the pages on which his obsessions overtake him utterly, where he seems more interested in entering a dialogue with himself and his own characters than with his audience, that Crepax's real genius is to be found. Related Post.