This month, the Brooklyn Museum will launch a new exhibition featuring rarely seen works by women. “Out of Place: A Feminist Look at the Collection” defies conventional museum displays, as these exhibited works are often seen as “out of place” in major museums due to the artist’s gender identity or unorthodox approach to materials and subjects. With over 60 artworks by 44 artists, the exhibition highlights the importance of women’s work — from the 1930s to the early 2000s — in a contemporary context, while examining how underrepresented artists can challenge long-held cultural assumptions.
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