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Kate Millett, Sculptor: The First 38 Years

February 27–April 5, 1997

Venues: Hunter College, NY; Center for Contemporary Art, Northampton, MA

Curator: Kathy O’Dell, Associate Professor of Art History and Theory, UMBC

Organized by the Fine Arts Gallery, UMBC

Kate Millett, Sculptor: The First 38 Years is the first major retrospective of the art production of internationally known writer and feminist Kate Millett. During much of her career as a visual artist, Millett’s work has centered on themes of oppression and domination. Since 1966, she has specifically created sculpture and large-scale installations which focus on the cultural patterning of gender, abuse, and institutionalization.

Supported by the Maryland State Arts Council.

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