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#WOMENSART Aug 3
Women hang wedding dresses, Beirut seafront, to protest law allowing rapists to escape punishment if they marry their victim, 2017
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#WOMENSART Jul 31
The Chipko Movement,1970s-Indian, mainly women activists who protected local forests from deforestation, viewed as a model for ecofeminist activism and many future environmental movements globally and the most significant 'tree huggers' in modern history
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#WOMENSART Jul 29
Known as 'The Bag Ladies', a group of older women from British Columbia, Canada, are using single-use plastic bags that would have otherwise been thrown away to crochet tight, water-proof sleeping mats for the homeless
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#WOMENSART 14h
Japanese artist Kumi Yamashita creates shadow art by clever placement of various objects
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#WOMENSART 14h
Annie French (1872 – 1965), Scottish painter, engraver, illustrator, and designer associated with the Glasgow School
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#WOMENSART Aug 5
'Historic Corrections' is a photographic series by artist Maxine Helfman recreating typical Flemish portraits using contemporary people of colour as subjects
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#WOMENSART Aug 1
Feather Art by Julie Thompson, an artist who uses feathers as canvases for her art, naturally shed by domesticated birds
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#WOMENSART 10h
Gail Kellet's linocut studies of the Australian flora and fauna around her home in Southern Australia
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#WOMENSART Aug 4
Mandy Pattullo, UK surface pattern and textile designer known for her collage techniques, patching and piecing together fabrics
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Gisela Zimmermann Aug 4
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#WOMENSART 12h
Irises, 2012 by Scottish artist Elizabeth Blackadder
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#WOMENSART Aug 1
Faith47. South African artist known for her huge street murals
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#WOMENSART Aug 2
Artist Terese Agnew’s 'Portrait of a Textile Worker', 2005, constructed from 30,000 clothing labels stitched together over the course of two years, raising awareness about where much of the West's clothing comes from, who makes it, and under what conditions
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#WOMENSART Aug 2
'Solar System' map quilt by Ellen Harding Baker of Cedar County, Iowa, US in 1876, used as a teaching aid for her lectures on astronomy in the small towns of her state
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#WOMENSART Aug 2
Grete Stern (1904-1999), German-Argentinian photographer known for her surreal photomontages, who presented the first exhibition of modern photographic art in Buenos Aires, in 1935
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#WOMENSART Aug 5
Blue Paradise, 1989 by Suad Al-Attar, Iraqi painter who was the first women to have a solo exhibition in Baghdad
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#WOMENSART Aug 5
New Zealand artist Sara Hughes, Loveletter, 2006
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#WOMENSART Aug 5
Yayoi Kusama, Flowers that Bloom at Midnight, 2010
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#WOMENSART Aug 4
Marianne Majerus, born in Clervaux, Luxembourg, one of Europe's leading specialist garden photographers
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#WOMENSART Aug 5
Julie Decubber, contemporary French jewellery artist
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