Khloé Kardashian Shows Off the 'Dope Piece of Feminist Art' in Her Home: 'I'll Probably Get a Lot of S--- for Having This'
Khloé Kardashian knows she’ll get some backlash for sharing a potentially “sacrilegious” painting in her home … but she truly doesn’t care.
On her website and app, Kardashian opened up about why art is so important to home-decorating, while also sharing one — somewhat controversial — piece: a photograph called Raquel Welch, shot by Terry O’Neill, that hangs at the top of her staircase.
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“The picture was shot in 1966 to symbolize how Welch was ‘crucified’ by the entertainment industry for her sexuality,” she writes. “I love old Hollywood, love Raquel Welch and especially love the meaning behind the piece.”
“It was way before its time! It’s just a dope piece of feminist art. I’ll probably get a lot of s— for having this because people will say it’s sacrilegious, but it’s my house, so f— off, LOL.”
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To Kardashian — who also shows off a glittery portrait of Marilyn Monroe she has hanging — choosing the perfect art for her walls helps her feel at home wherever she moves.
“Artwork can totally make a house feel like a home,” she writes. “I’ve moved many times and carried my pieces with me!”
—Maria Yagoda, @mariayagoda