‘Powerful and fierce’: How Mary Beth Edelson finally found her place in the canon by Kimberly Bradley

‘Powerful and fierce’: How Mary Beth Edelson finally found her place in the canon

Kimberly Bradley

The first generation feminist is now an inspiration for young artists


Mary Beth Edelson, Burning Bright, 1973. Courtesy of the artist and David Lewis, New York.
Mary Beth Edelson, Burning Bright, 1973. Courtesy of the artist and David Lewis, New York.
Mary Beth Edelson, Burning Bright, 1973. Courtesy of the artist and David Lewis, New York.

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