LOST HISTORY OF FEMINIST ART MOVEMENT RECOGNIZED AS “THE SISTER CHAPEL” ON EXHIBIT FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 1980

. March 24, 2016

The Sister Chapel: An Essential Feminist Collaboration Gallery Reception on Thursday March 31, 2016 at 5:00 pm‬.

The Sister ChapelThe Sister Chapel, the historic collaborative installation conceived by artist Ilise Greenstein and created at height of 1970s women’s art movement. 12 bigger-than-life individual depictions of heroic female role models – from Joan of Arc to Betty Friedan– circle beneath Greenstein’s abstract ceiling. Debuted at MOMA PS1 in 1978, the installation was the first of its kind.

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Press Check-in: ‪4:30 pm‬

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Category: Fine Art

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