Coco Dolle

Coco Dolle is a French-American multidisciplinary artist and writer based in New York. Former dancer and fashion muse for acclaimed artists in the early 2000s including Alex Katz, her performances appeared in Vogue and The New York Times. While attending Louise Bourgeois' Sunday Salons, Coco developed her personal practice. Her works have since been featured in solo exhibitions at the Oregon Contemporary Art Center and Mary Ryan Gallery. Over the past decade, she has curated multiple concept feminist exhibitions and was featured in Forbes. Her column for WhiteHot Magazine “Cultural Rebels: The Art of Defiance” pays homage to outstanding artists and their idiosyncrasy. Follow her on instagram.

articles by this author

Cultural Rebels: Female filmmakers from Gotham to Gothenburg on body politics and the female gaze - “Body as Playground” at Howl Happening

Cultural Rebels: Top female NFT artist Jen Stark finds freedom in optical illusions

Cultural Rebels: Betty Tompkins X Marilyn Minter’s daring dual exhibition at MO.CO Montpellier, France

Cultural Rebels: Damien Hirst’s Ch-Ch-Ch-Cherry Blossoms!

Cultural Rebels: NFT Artists are the New Enfant Terrible of the artworld

Cultural Rebels: The Art of Defiance: David Henry Nobody Jr.

Cultural Rebels: The Art of Defiance: Judy Chicago in Conversation with Coco Dolle

Cultural Rebels: The Art of Defiance: Artist Lonnie Holley Calls His Ancestors and Reflects on the Present Situation in America During His Residency at Elaine De Kooning House

Cultural Rebels: The Art of Defiance: Kembra Pfahler