‘Radical Women’ exhibition showcases female Latin-American artists who fought against sexism, misogyny and other forms of oppression during a very dark period of censorship and dictatorships, between 1960-1985, and contributed greatly to women’s freedom of expression. Some of these artists are recognized as precursors of important photography and video art techniques. Organized by the Hammer Museum of Los Angeles, Racical Women also showed at the Brooklyn Museum and Pinacoteca, in Brazil.
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