“Female Artists Are (Finally) Getting Their Turn”, New York Times

March 29th, 2016

Ms. Smith, 45, whose paintings and large bound sculptures of braided clothing and bedding have sold for $40,000 to $150,000, didn’t hesitate to participate in the Hauser Wirth & Schimmel show. “As a woman of color, I have more trepidation when I’m asked to participate in a show of all African-American artists than all women,” she said, adding that she would bristle at being viewed solely by either categorization.

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Fabric, clothing, ribbon, rope, quilts, pillows, objects and fashion accessories

 10’ x 45’ x 15’ 

Variable

Installation view: Hauser Wirth + Schimmel, Los Angeles

 

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