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MoMA | “Making Space: Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction”Making Spaces | MoMA - At #MoMA | "Making Space" exhibit shines a spotlight on women artists between the end of World War II (1945)… Read More
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JOURNALS | Feminist art journal tackles Pussy Riot case, Occupy LA, Venice Biennale, post-dictatorship Argentinian women artists - n.paradoxa continues its mission to publish in-depth critical articles on contemporary women artists from around the world drawing on feminist… Read More
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V-Day founder Eve Ensler launches virtual identity at www.eveensler.orgEve Ensler, V-Day founder and author of "Vagina Monologues" - Eve Ensler's new site, www.eveensler.org, will be a comprehensive archive of her extensive articles, essays, books, plays, films, documentaries and… Read More
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