The Personal is Political: The Transformative Power of Women's Art
Ever since Kate Millet coined the phrase "the personal is political" in her landmark 1970 work Sexual Politics, the words have continued to resonate in contemporary feminism. In this election year, women artists will be challenged to create works that engage with and respond to the multiple meanings in Millet’s words.
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