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Some Living American Women Artists

ID Number: 15858
Maker: Mary Beth Edelson
Technique: offset
Date Made: 1972
Place Made: North America: United States
Measurements: 61 cm x 96.5 cm; 24 in x 38 in
Main Subject: Women; Art and Culture; Viet Nam War Era
Materials: paper (fiber product)
Digitized: Y

Full Text:
Lyna Benglis, Helen Frankenthaler, June Wayne, Alma Thomas, Lee Krasner, Nancy Graves, Georgia O'Keeffe, Elaine DeKooning, Louise Nevelson, M.C. Richards, Louise Bourgeois, Lila Katzen, Yoko Ono 1. Agnes Martin, 2. Joan Mitchell, 4. Grace Hartigan, 5. Yayoi Kusoma, 6. Marisol, 7. Alice Neel, 8. Jane Wilson, 9. Judy Chicago, 10. Gladys Nilson, 11. Betty Parsons, 12. Mariam Shapiro, 13. Lee Bonticous, 14. Sylvia Stone, 15. Chryssa, 16. Suellen Rocca, 17. Carolee Schneeman, 18. Lisetta Model, 19. Audrey Flack, 20. Buffle Johnson, 21. Vera Simmons, 22. Helen Pashgian, 23. Susan Lewis Williams, 24. Racelle Strick, 25. Ann McCoy, 26. J.L. Knight, 27. Enid Sanford, 28. Joan Balou, 29. Marta Minujin, 30. Rosemary Wright, 31. Cynthia Bickley, 32. Lawra Gregory, 33. Agnes Denes, 34. Mary Beth Edelson, 35. Irene Siegel, 36. Nancy Grossman, 37. Hannah Wile, 38. Jennifer Bartlett, 39. Mary Corse, 40. Eleanor Antin, 41. Jane Kaufman, 42. Muriel Castanis, 44. Susan Crile, 45. Anne Ryan, 46. Sue Ann Childress, 47. Patricia Mainardi, 48. Dindga McCannon, 49. Alice Shaddle, 50. Arden Scott, 51. Faith Rionggold, 52. Sharon Brant, 53. Daria Dorosh, 54. Nina Yankowitz, 55. Rachel bas-Cohain, 56. Loretta Dunkelman, 57. Kay Brown, 58. CeRoser, 59. Noma Copley, 60. Martha Edelheit, 61. Jackie Skyles, 62. Barbara Zuker, 63. Susan Williams, 64. Judith Bernstein, 65. Rosemary Mayer, 66. Maud Boltz, 67. Pasty Norvell, 68. Joan Danziger, 69. Minna Citron. Some Living American Women Artists Mary Beth Edelson © 1972 Third Edition


Acquisition Number: 1997-074

Copyright Status:
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Exhibition Annotation:
Based on: The Last Supper; Leonardo da Vinci; Fresco, 1490s; Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan Portraits of American women artists replace the heads of Leonardo’s figures. Portraits of more women artists [living at the time] frame the painting. Designed in the midst of the second wave feminist movement (1970s), the poster protests the inequality of opportunity and of recognition for women artists. Despite the heightened awareness of the problem, this discrimination persists, as evidenced by the Guerrilla Girls poster (Do Women Have to Be Naked to Get into the Met?) shown elsewhere in this exhibition.



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