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The 10 most subversive women artists in history

The 10 most subversive women artists in history | Art and design ...

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Up and Coming: A Young Curator Shows Us How Design Can Transform Space—Starting with His Own

Artsy Editorial: Up and Coming: A Young Curator Shows Us How Design Can Transform Space—Starting with His Own

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My work is a form of psychoanalysis, It is a way of coming to grips with my anxiety and fears. It is an attempt to be a better personal. There is a lot of ambivalence in the work. There are many hanging pieces, which signify a fragile state. There are pieces that oscillate and rock, which also convey fragility. We all have pink days and blue days. I am trying to seek a balance between the extremes that I feel. I want to be reasonable. — Louise Bourgeois, 2007

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Boy on Stool by Joan Kathleen Harding Eardley Oil on canvas, 91 x 59 cm Collection: Paisley Museum and Art Galleries

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Agnes Martin was a Canadian born, Vancouver raised artist who came to the United States at the age of 20, where she lived for most of her life. Influenced by the vast landscape she grew up surrounded by and by artists such as Mark Rothko, Donald Judd and Barnett Newman, her spare, paired down artistic style is often considered a minimalist art.

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