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The Personal is Political: Women Artists from the Collection

Narrative, biography, and gender identity unite the works included in this permanent collection exhibition. Borrowing the title from a radical 1969 essay by feminist activist Carol Hanisch, the term political is used here in the broadest sense, not to reference the electoral process, but to signify power relationships in contemporary culture. Within this gallery, the personal vantage point of each woman artist shapes the content of the work. Included is the work of Senga Nengudi, Adrian Piper, and Hannah Wilke, among others.