Conversations | Artworld Talk | Feminism – The Global View
Billie Zangewa, Cecilia Fajardo-Hill, and Maura Reilly
Billie Zangewa, Artist, Johannesburg Cecilia Fajardo-Hill, Independent Curator, Los Angeles Moderated by Maura Reilly, Curator and Arts Writer, New York
Gender equality and feminism have become increasingly central to the discourses shaping contemporary culture. This panel examines the impact of two major traveling exhibitions related to the topic: ‘Radical Women’, originated by the Hammer Museum, LA; and ‘We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85’, originated by the California African American Museum, LA. Both shows have been on view in multiple institutions worldwide and have received a great amount of media coverage. But how have these exhibitions affected individuals from the communities of the various locations they took place, and has their impact led to any positive developments?
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