- Challenging Institutions and Canonical Traditions in Art
- The Body
- "Women's Work"
- Gender and Performativity
- Race and Ethnicity
Images: TOP LEFT Emma Amos. American, born 1938. One Who Watches, 1995. Acrylic on linen, heat transferred photographs on muslin collaged onto canvas, African Kanga cloth borders and cotton broadcloth fabric strips sewn onto linen. Purchased with the gift of the Smith College Black Student Alliance, 1999–2000. BOTTOM LEFT Mary Beth Edelson, American, born 1933. Goddess Head/Soft from Femfolio, 2007. Digital printing in brown on Somerset Enhanced Velvet'paper. Gift of Judith Targan, class of 1953. CENTER Martha Wilson. American, born 1947. A Portfolio of Models: Working Girl (detail), 1974, printed 2008. Gelatin silver prints and typewritten text on paper. Purchased with the Dorothy C. Miller, class of 1925, Fund. TOP RIGHT Diane Neumaier. American, born 1946. Toccata from Femfolio, 2007. Inkjet and lithograph printed in color on Hannahmuhl Digital German Etch paper. Gift of Judith Targan, class of 1953. BOTTOM RIGHT Carolee Schneemann. American, born 1939. Eye Body #1, 1963–1979. Gelatin silver print with hand-coloring and scratching. Purchased with the Judith Plesser Targan, class of 1953, Fund.