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Long-Running ‘Anonymous Was a Woman’ Grants Awarded for 2018, With Betty Tompkins and Deborah Roberts Among 10 Winners
“ANONYMOUS WAS A WOMAN” NAMES 2018 GRANT RECIPIENTS
See migration, its ‘traces, tracks and pathways,’ at MECA
Ten Galleries and Art Spaces to Visit During Miami Art Week
Dorothea Tanning’s Surrealist Depictions of Women’s Pain
The Woman Sorcerer
Why the Resurgent Interest in Female Surrealists Needs to Be Reflected in Museum Collections
What I’ve Learned in the Year since I Uprooted My Gallery
ISAIA Celebrates “Broken Lines” with Whitewall and Gallery Wendi Norris
What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week
Surrealist Dorothea Tanning finally gets long-merited major survey
Chicago Expo Highlights Art, Design, and Architecture Throughout the Windy City
The Market for Female Surrealists Has Finally Reached a Tipping Point
Uptown Subway Station To Reopen After Months-Long Renovation
Resurrecting Leonora Carrington’s World
On the trail of Britain's lost surrealist in Mexico
How Rising Star Firelei Báez Uses Yoruba Myth and Her Afro-Caribbean Heritage in Her Profound ‘Joy Out of Fire’ Murals
“DOROTHEA TANNING: BEHIND THE DOOR, ANOTHER INVISIBLE DOOR”
The Meaning of the Moon, From the Incas to the Space Race
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