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The exhibition includes my photography alongside my conceptual artworks, and my series of portrayals of the Statue of Liberty confronting some of today’s most challenging issues ‒ including Lady Liberty confronting gun safety issues, raising awareness about women’s reproductive rights, and the pandemic.
The way that this exhibition came together, at this pivotal time in history, is exciting because visitors to the museum tell me they are inspired by seeing all of these images of powerful women.
One of her works in this exhibition is in the permanent collection of the New York Historical Society Museum’s Center for the Study of American Culture and was featured in the Historical Society’s exhibition about how New York artists found original ways to express their appreciation for health care workers during the pandemic.
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