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23.05.2020 | Hyperallergic

Harriet Korman: One of New York’s Purest Abstract Painters

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22.05.2020 | Culture Type

The Printmaking Practice of Late Artist Emma Amos Was Expansive and Experimental

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22.05.2020 | Art in America

How the Ecological Art Practices of Today were born in 1970s Feminism

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21.05.2020 | Switch (on Paper)

Pauline Curnier Jardin, revitaliser les désirs

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21.05.2020 | Artsy

Rachel Ruysch’s Exquisite Still Lifes Revolutionized the Form

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19.05.2020 | Brown Political Review

Interview: Vera Molnár

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19.05.2020 | Hyperallergic

A Once-Revolutionary Creative Fellowship for Women Artists

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18.05.2020 | Mediapart

Hybrider l’humain. Le corps motif de Christina Ramberg

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16.05.2020 | Connaissance des Arts

Tamara de Lempicka, une pionnière du star system

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15.05.2020 | Artsy

Photographer Germaine Krull Captured 1920s Women in Intimate, Radical Images

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15.05.2020 | The Art Newspaper

The story of Ruth Asawa and the secret gift from her teacher Josef Albers

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14.05.2020 | Artsy

Käthe Kollwitz’s Art Was Compassionate, Subversive, and Politically Outspoken

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14.05.2020 | The Conversation

Meet ArtActivistBarbie, the fearless funny feminist taking on a white male art world

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11.05.2020 | Artpress

Le chef d’œuvre du moment : Forest of Threes de Rosemarie Castoro

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08.05.2020 | Hyperallergic

The Central, Yet Invisible, Labor of Motherhood in Art

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07.05.2020 | Artsy

Why the Art World Is Rediscovering Female Abstract Expressionist Michael West

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07.05.2020 | artnet

‘I Want to Be Unplugged’: Watch Artist Zanele Muholi Take Their Studio on the Road to Photograph Trans Women in South Africa

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07.05.2020 | Catapult

How Generations of Black Women Artists Are Lost to Institutional Racism

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