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Maren Hassinger with her sculpture at ARCO Center for Visual Art, Los Angeles, 1976. Read our profile on Hassinger by @catrellcecilia and check out her new work featured in ‘We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women 1965-85,’ formerly at the Brooklyn Museum, currently at the California African American Museum (CAAM) through January, 2018, and then at ICA Boston. #marenhassinger #blackradicalwomen #sculpture @icaboston @brooklynmuseum @marenhassinger #wewantedarevolution #bmoreart #badass @caaminla @rinehart.sculpture @marylandinstitutecollegeofart

Detail of #FaithRinggold's mural for women incarcerated on Riker's Island in 1972. She envisioned the first female president and a society where all jobs could be available to women, regardless of race or gender. #WeWantedaRevolution

The teams for #soulofanation and #wewantedarevolution united (we miss you Catherine Morris) next to Alma Thomas's Mars Dust @zoe.whitley @rjkhckly #tatemodern #brooklynmuseum #whitneymuseum

Surrounded by radical black women. Seeing my story. Feeling alive. Don't want to leave. #WeWantedaRevolution

Have you had a Pindell Moment yet? Absorb #HowardenaPindell’s complex abstract paintings in #WeWantedaRevolution and share your experience with us like recent visitor @juliusjulynyc 🔄We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women at @brooklynmuseum | When fashion blends with a painting by Howardena Pindell #mybkm

Ubi Girl From Tai Region by Lois Mailou Jones
#wewantedarevolution #blackwomenartists #blackgirlmagic

Today I got to spend time with the extraordinary #emmaamos and her luminous paintings "Flower Sniffer," a self-portrait from 1966, and "Sandy and Her Husband" a 1973 triple portrait. About her practice, Emma has said, "For me, a black woman artist, to walk into the studio, is a political act." The world is lucky to have Emma Amos. #wewantedarevolution #brooklynmuseum #blackradicalwomen

My fourth and final visit to the revelatory #wewantedarevolution @brooklynmuseum, closing tomorrow. This painting by #emmaamos drew me in every time. Brava and thank you @rjkhckly and @catherinejanetmorris for this tour de force of scholarship and curating!

Focusing on the work of black women artists, #WeWantedARevolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 examines the political, social, cultural, and aesthetic priorities of women of color during the emergence of second-wave feminism. Whitney assistant curator @rjkhckly co-curated the exhibition, which opened at @brooklynmuseum last week. Take a tour with her in our Instagram story! #MuseumInstaSwap

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Maren Hassinger with her sculpture at ARCO Center for Visual Art, Los Angeles, 1976. Read our profile on Hassinger by @catrellcecilia and check out her new work featured in ‘We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women 1965-85,’ formerly at the Brooklyn Museum, currently at the California African American Museum (CAAM) through January, 2018, and then at ICA Boston. #marenhassinger #blackradicalwomen #sculpture @icaboston @brooklynmuseum @marenhassinger #wewantedarevolution #bmoreart #badass @caaminla @rinehart.sculpture @marylandinstitutecollegeofart

Radiant last moments in #NewOrleans and of #Prospect4, in the studio of the fabulous #StacyLynnWaddell. Love her work and it’s great to catch up on what she’s been up to— like her resplendent portraits of fellow #artistinresidence #MarenHassinger, presiding over the #BlackLivesMatter reclamation of monument spaces, with #GeneralBeauregard looking puny by comparison. And rocking a #WeWantedARevolution shirt! ❤️👀 THANK YOU AND LOTS OF LOVE to all involved in Prospect and to everyone I saw and shared time with. What a wonderful weekend. The show is extremely strong and up through February 25th, so I highly recommend you start planning your visit to the artworks and to this magical city. 💕

“fuck humble. vanity is only a sin because a women who believes she’s worth something is harder to commodify. Humility is a virtue they created to keep us quiet & easy to fuck”

A supporter of the growing Ecology Movement, sculptor and performance artist Maren Hassinger evokes an artificial landscape within the elegantly minimal sculptural environment of Leaning. Bush-like forms made from twisted, welded, and bent wire rope build a complex site for group interaction and personal reflection. Transforming industrial detritus into an abstract and formally rigorous garden, Hassinger creates a contemplative experience that is charged with different meanings—about natural versus artificial, and personal versus communal.

Tonight, Hassinger will be one of the seven artists/activists speaking at our event The Provocateurs: A Master Series presented with @blklivesmatter. The panel begins at 7pm.
Leaning, 1980
Maren Hassinger
Hassinger's work is currently on view in 'We Wanted a Revolution: Radical Women, 1965 - 1985.' 📸 Brian Forrest
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Strength, Courage, Love. When you stand in your truth, you inspire those around you to do the same.
This is one of my favorite pictures from Colin Kaepernick's GQ photo shoot naming him Citizen of the Year. Congratulations Colin!Thank you for literally Helping Kids Rise. #helpingkidsrise #kidsmatter #colinkaepernick

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