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Exhibition Detail
Hail to the Feminist Who Produced the Revolution: Works by Mary Beth Edelson
547 West 27th St #634
New York, NY 10001


April 5th, 2012 - May 12th, 2012
Opening: 
April 5th, 2012 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
Cameo Collage: Louise Bourgeois, Cameo Collage: Louise Bourgeois,
1979, Laser print backed with canvas
© Mary Beth Edelson
A Life Lived Well: A Retrospective, Mary Beth EdelsonMary Beth Edelson,
A Life Lived Well: A Retrospective,
2006, collage wall
© Mary Beth Edelson
Some Living American Women Artists: Last Supper, Mary Beth EdelsonMary Beth Edelson,
Some Living American Women Artists: Last Supper,
1972
© Mary Beth Edelson
Fashion Plate: C. 500 B.C. 1, Mary Beth EdelsonMary Beth Edelson, Fashion Plate: C. 500 B.C. 1,
1973, oil paint on photograph
© Mary Beth Edelson
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Since the 1960’s Mary Beth Edelson has been a pioneer in feminist art practice, political activism, performance art and public participation. Edelson’s art production consists of diverse mediums; included in this survey exhibition are large-scale collage installations, drawings, early performative photographs and her iconic posters from the 1970’s.


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