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Women's rights are not recognized in the Constitution of the United States.
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This exhibition and limited edition portfolio identifies the key women who were the first to create their own opportunities in fields traditionally dominated by men. Through their success in the arts and sciences, politics and law and mathematics and athletics, they paved the way for future generations of women in America and around the world.
Gilbert's iconic portraits of the women who transformed the American landscape during the second wave of feminism are of these courageous women who championed the right to equality in the workplace. The portraits were originally photographed in the late 1970's for her book Particular Passions: Talks with Women Who Shaped Our Times.
WOMEN: A Time Capsule of the American Feminist Landscape is a portfolio of twelve black and white 16 x 20 silver gelatin prints, signed by the artist in a presentation box. The portfolio is offered in a limited edition of 12.
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Review in The Washington Post, April 2, 2018
Equal Rights Bus Shelter Campaign
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