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Female Artists and the Museum: Visibility, Iconography, and Legacy

by Lauren Tresp
New Mexico enjoys—or sometimes suffers from—a number of artworld stereotypes and iconic images. This is a good thing, as it draws many people to this very special, out-of-the way place. But images of western landscapes and traditional Native American pottery looms so large in popular consciousness, that the whole other-world of contemporary artists working in Santa Fe, and the Southwest in general, can be overshadowed or obscured completely. This is not at all to diminish the value of these... [more]
Posted by Lauren Tresp on 10/1/15
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The Rounds of a Rumor: #womenMoMA2015

by Natalie Hegert
So you may have heard a little story about MoMA’s plans for 2015… and, well, they’re not true. Yes our story about MoMA showing only women artists for the year, in temporary exhibitions and in the permanent collection, was an April Fool’s hoax, published alongside stories about Putin’s new vocation as a painter, Gagosian opening a new location on St. Bart’s and Jemima Kirke quitting the HBO series in order to focus on art. (Read the original post here.) Now you might be wondering, why are we... [more]
Posted by Natalie Hegert on 5/1/14
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