1 dec c - Feminist Art Judy Chicago, The Dinner Party...

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Barbara Kruger Untitled  (Your Gaze Hits  the Side of My Face)  (1983) Photostat, red painted frame 6' 1" x 4' 1" Judy Chicago, The Dinner Party  (1979)  painted ceramics, fabric   and stitching 48' x 48' x 48' installed Cindy Sherman  Untitled Film Still #35  (1979)  Black-and-white photograph 10" x 8" Feminist Art Critiquing the  “male gaze”
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Guerrilla Girls,  The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist (1988) poster
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Jeff Wall After ‘Invisible Man’ by Ralph Ellison, the Prologue (1999-2001) cibachrome transparency, aluminum light box,     fluorescent bulbs 5’ 9 5/16” x 8’ 2’ 9/16” Jaune Quick-to-See Smith Trade (Gifts for Trading Land with White People) (1992) oil and mixed media on canvas 5’ x 14’ 2”
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Fred Wilson Metalwork, 1723-1880 “Mining the Museum” exhibition (1992) Silver vessels and slave chains from the collection    of the Maryland Historical Society 
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1 dec c - Feminist Art Judy Chicago, The Dinner Party...

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