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Rewriting History: Creating Space Women’s Representations within the Dialectics of Modernism, Postmodernism, And Black Feminism. Ambivalence and Parody. Faith Ringgold, Flag is Bleeding, oil on canvas, 1967. Faith Ringgold, Flag for the Moon: Die N…, o/c 1969.

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Rewriting History: Creating Space

Women’s Representations within the

Dialectics of Modernism, Postmodernism,

And Black Feminism

Ambivalence and Parody

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Elizabeth Catlett,

Homage to My Young Black Sister,

Wood, 1968

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Elizabeth Catlett,

Homage to Black Women Poets,

Wood, 1984

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Elizabeth Catlett,

Sharecropper,

Color linocut,

1970

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Barbara Chase Riboud,

Monument to Malcom X

Mixed media, 1969

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Sokari Douglas-Camp

Gelede,

Steel, 1993

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Sokari Douglas-Camp “Otobo masquerade”,

Wood, steel, palm stem brooms, h.6’

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Howardena Pindell,

Autobiography:

Water/Ancestor/Middle Passage/Family Ghost

Acrylic, gouache, tempera on board, 1988

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Freida High,

Returning to the Door of No Return,

Acrylic and sand on canvas, 1995

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Betye Saar:

a) The Liberation of Aunt Jemima—mixed media, 1972

b) Double Duty—I’s Back Wid a vengeance, mixed media, 1997

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Emma Amos,

Tight Rope,

Acrylic on canvas,

1994

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Kara Walker, No mere words can Adequately reflect the Remorse this Negress..

Cut out paper and adhesive on painted wall, 10x65 feet, 1999.

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Kara Walker, The End of Uncle Tom, and the Grand Allegorical

Tableau of Eva in Heaven, cut out paper and adhesive on wall, 1995

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Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons,

The Truth Doesn’t Kill You

(La verdad no mata)

Wood, marble and glass

1991

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Alison Saar,

Afro-Di(e)ty,

Wood, coral, mixed media

2000

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Bernie Searle,

Snow White,

“Still” Photo-reproduction from

Her “Two Projector video installation”

2001

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