Women and Pop #3

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The newest installment of the Women and Pop series is up! Sarah Wilson, art historian from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London, speaks about the position of female artists during the formative years of Pop Art (the 1960s). The issues haven’t changed all that much.

The art visuals are sparse, but they are great when they do finally appear. Seeing men in suits approaching the Niki de Saint Phalle uber woman, Hon, with the walk-in vagina, is worth the wait. Besides Saint Phalle, Wilson also discusses work by ’60s Pop artists Evelyne Axell and Pauline Boty. I can’t wait until this show finally gets to the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery!!!

All the videos are being posted on the Women and Pop blog.

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rosenwald-wolf gallery, women and pop

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