Doll partsLPC en the fetish garden | Abril 24, 2006
(...) Jackson does buy and sell used dolls, he prefers to take the dolls the factory won’t sell: those that came out of the mold damaged or disfigured.
Kokoschka had a life-sized doll made in Alma [Mahler's] image... it was intended to be as perfect a substitute as possible for the person on whom it was based....If Alma remained beyond Kokoschka's reach, her three-dimensional likeness would not be... He left the craftswoman in little doubt about what he intended to do with the doll...'Can the mouth be opened?' he asked, 'And are there teeth and a tongue inside? I hope so.'
Frank Whitford, Oskar Kokoschka: A Life