In the September issue of Vogue, Halle Berry lets writer Jonathan Van Meter into her life, and home. (He's actually the first writer Berry has allowed into her house!) I enjoyed reading about the actress's interior design style, which included lots of photographs and artwork, including some unexpected pieces.
In the article, Van Meter writes,
There is also surprising art: mostly modern painting and sculpture, a lot of it of a sexual nature. In her living room there is a very tall statue by Curt Brill of a naked woman looking out to sea. "I love the naked female form," she says. "I just feel like that's the most empowered position you can be in. She is standing tall in all her nakedness, and she is just commanding the room. Everything revolves around her in the house. I love it."
While not all of us can afford a Curt Brill sculpture, such as "Lisa," shown here, we can add some art to our homes that celebrates the feminine form. See some of my finds below.