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“Martha Rosler: Irrespective”

  • Art, Contemporary art
Martha Rosler, Red Stripe Kitchen, from the series “House Beautiful: Bringing the War Home,” c. 1967–72
Photograph: © Martha Rosler

Time Out says

Riding the crest of first-wave feminist art, Rosler initially crashed onto the shores of the art world in the ’60s with pieces noted for their firebrand politics. During that time, and continuing until today, she’s deployed videos, photomontages and installations against targets ranging from sexism and the Vietnam War to inequality and gentrification—conjoined fronts, in her view, in an ongoing battle for social justice. This survey brings her career into focus, with a selection of works spanning 1965 to the present.


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