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May 13, 2021
Wav(er)ing Flag
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May 13, 2021
Some Living American Women Artists
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May 13, 2021
We don't stand in line, borrowed shoes hurt your feet OR To India and back: Why we must not give up
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May 13, 2021
Smiling in the Sun
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May 13, 2021
The Man About Town
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May 13, 2021
Zoo
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May 13, 2021
Red Robin
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May 13, 2021
The Wild Beast Cage from the portfolio Calder's Circus
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May 13, 2021
From the series Fog Gog Magog
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June 2, 2020
Aunt Emmy
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June 2, 2020
Sunflower Quilting Bee at Arles
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June 2, 2020
Ser Mujer Es Saber Resistir

This print, inspired by Bernardi’s time at a site in Ethiopia, features her characteristic layers of color, as well as imagery such as human figures, skeletons, clothes, and furniture, suggestive of the remnants of human life found at an archaeological dig—or a far more ominous mass burial.

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June 2, 2020
Auto Vision

A woman’s hands grasp at a stone surface. The hands appear as part of the landscape itself, exuding energy as colorful rays of light.

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June 2, 2020
Eve

Kim Anno seeks to explore women’s sexuality and fertility by giving visual form to women’s connection to nature.

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June 1, 2020
Thirty-Eight Double Dee

Memory permeates the work of Mildred Howard, who often juxtaposes found objects or images to evoke a particular thought or idea.

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June 1, 2020
Dark Days in the Abundant Blue Light of Paris

This print was made during a six-month printmaking residency in Paris, during which Mary Lovelace O’Neal experienced one of the coldest Paris winters of the century.

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June 1, 2020
Jo Baker’s Birthday

Pictured here is Josephine Baker, an early 20th century dancer, actress, and symbol of women’s sexual liberation.

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June 1, 2020
Untitled (box spring in tree)

Carrie Mae Weems uses photography as storytelling, incorporating elements of her own biography as well as stories of the experience of the African American community. This photograph is from Weems’ […]

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June 1, 2020
Percenda

This image is from a series of photographs in which Ruth Morgan photographed homeless children in New York City.

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May 29, 2020
Miss Fortune

Chinese-American artist Hung Liu juxtaposes a historical photograph and a seemingly simple and innocuous object—the fortune cookie—to comment on complex histories of sexism, cultural appropriation, and orientalism associated with the immigration of Chinese women to America.

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