The best artists are so avant-garde that their work baflles their contemporaries and requires a new set of interpretational and art historical tools in order to make sense of their advancements. We are only just now beginning to understand the extraordinary contributions to Minimalism made by Miriam Schapiro and Judy Chicago after years of focusing on the accomplishments of male artists on the East Coast.
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