A tribute to Jane Kaufman, minimalist painter in the early 1970s and later in her life she was part of the pattern and decoration movement and probably the first to do art quilts.
But also, she was a member of the Guerrilla Girls, the art-world agitators, all women, who protested the dearth of female and minority artists in galleries and museums by papering Manhattan buildings in the dead of night with impish posters like “The Guerrilla Girls’ Code of Ethics for Art Museums,” which proclaimed, “Thou shalt provide lavish funerals for Women and Artists of Color who thou planeth to exhibit only after their Death” and “Thou shalt keep Curatorial Salaries so low that Curators must be Independently Wealthy, or willing to engage in Insider Trading.”
Many Guerrilla Girls used the names of dead female artists, like Käthe Kollwitz and Frida Kahlo. But Jane Kaufman did not. (Information taken from New York Times and Wikipedia)
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