At age 94, self-taught Italian artist Carol Rama predates the outsider/insider binary. Of course she fits both descriptions anyway. In her 20s, in the wake of a family tragedy, she began to make waves in Fascist Italy, where her sexually explicit drawings drew the attention of the Turin State Police and other authorities. Over time, however, her art was embraced by gallerists, patrons, and contemporaries, including Man Ray, Warhol, and Buñuel. Her rediscovery of sorts over the past thirty years has introduced new generations to her provocative, personal style.