Equality For Women [Feminism]. Juliette Gordon, b.1934 Amer.
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Equality For Women [Feminism]

c1970s. Lithograph, signed in image lower centre, 57 x 44.7cm. Repaired tears and missing portions, stains to lower margin, pinholes, creases. Linen-backed.

Juliette Gordon’s “most iconic works are wickedly funny and sometimes highly political photocollages that were inspired by her involvement in the women’s movement of the early 1970s. At the time, she was exhibiting with the likes of Nancy Spero and May Stevens. Juliette Gordon was a trailblazer, an important member of the feminist art movement in New York, and a respected artist in the inner circles of radical anti-war politics. Gordon’s position on the status of women artists was made explicit in her essay, First Feminist Manifesto of W.A.R. (Women Artists in Revolution).” Ref: Viridian Artist.

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Item #CL200-95

Price (AUD): $660.00  other currencies

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