‘Radical Women’ at the Hammer Museum Is the Kind of Show That Art Critics Live For — Repeating Islands

A review by Ben Davis for ArtNet News. “Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985” at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, is not just a fantastic exhibition. It’s the kind of exhibition that people always say we need more of—as regular as a ticking clock—every time the latest selfie-courting contemporary-art spectacular provokes a new spasm of anguish from critics about the decline […]

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Three Black employees are seeking $14.5 million in damages from Trump International Hotel for racial discrimination, the Washington Post reports. In a civil complaint filed Wednesday in Washington, D.C. Superior Court, Dominique Hill, a former employee of BLT Prime steakhouse in the luxury Trump International Hotel, and Irving Smith Jr., a current one, accuse the manager of…

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An excellent find in a skinny alley! I wonder if her name is Theresa? (the harvester, maiden bearing ears of corn) Blow the following up for a big shot! Love the braid holder! Pics taken by Resa – September 6, 2017 Toronto, Canada The Artists:

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