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    • Hamilton
    • Just what is it that makes today's homes so appealing
    • 1956
    • Johns
    • Flag
    • 1954-1955
    • Warhol
    • Green Coca-Cola Bottles
    • 1962
    • Chicago
    • The Dinner Party
    • 1979
    • Schapiro
    • Anatomy of a Kimono
    • 1979
    • Sherman
    • Untitled Film Still #35
    • 1979
    • Kruger
    • Untitled (Your Gaze Hits the Side of My Face)
    • 1983
    • Guerilla Girls
    • The Advanage of Being a Woman Artist
    • 1988
  1. Silkscreen
    an industrial printing technique that creates a sharp-edged image by pressing ink through a design on silk or a similar tightly woven porous fabric stretched tight on a frame
  2. Femmage
    The name American artist Miriam Scharpiro gave to her sewn collages assembled from fabrics, quilts, buttons, sequins, lace trim, and rickrack collected at antique shows and fairs
  3. Male gaze
    a Feminist theory that was first developed by Laura Mulvey in 1975. The male gaze occurs when the audience, or viewer, is put into the perspective of a heterosexual male. Mulvey stressed that the dominant male gaze in mainstream Hollywood films
    • Lichtenstein
    • Hopeless
    • 1963

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Pop/Fem Art
2012-05-02 19:19:33
Pop Fem Art

Pop Art; Feminist Art
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