Tag Archives: Marlene McCarty

Marlene McCarty, "Lucy and Janice. 1977-1988. The Gambia." Ballpoint pen and graphite and plaka on paper

Not Enough…

After the Hurricane, so much art has been lost among everything else. Jennifer Kabat looks at how other communities have responded to art and disasters — Katrina, Irene and AIDS. Continue reading

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Die Laughing: AIDS 30 Years On

30 years after the discovery of AIDS and 25 years after the founding of ACT UP, Jennifer Kabat writes about the disease and the documentary How To Survive A Plague. Continue reading

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Marlene McCarty – What Lies Between the Lines

PUSSY – BEAVER – CUNT. This was the first I remember of Marlene McCarty’s art–  words, shocking ones at that, the sort of language hurled at women on the street, the words used to take power and show who has … Continue reading

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