Here’s my struggle this week (and I suspect for a good number of weeks to come): women’s art.
For this, as we know, is a tightrope act. On the one hand, we aren’t supposed to be addressing “women’s art” on its own, as if to do so implies a dumbing down, a declaration that women’s art is a less-than-distinctive act of creation.
On the other hand, how are we to look a slice of reality in the eye if we don’t?
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