The Other Half of the Picture
Stemming from the sentiments of a 1989 poster from the Guerilla Girls, The Brooklyn Museum’s latest exhibit, “Half the Picture: A Feminist Look at the Collection,” highlights feminist art from the Civil Rights era to the #MeToo movement. With work from over fifty diverse artists, the exhibit hopes to contribute to relevant socio-political topics as well as those of the past including the aftermath of WWI and the Civil Rights movement. “Half the Picture” will be on display at the Brooklyn Museum in New York, NY from August 31st until March 31, 2019.
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