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While we don't have a Hannah Wilke Collection here at Rutgers, we do have exhibition announcements and catalogs like this 1994 postcard for a showing of her Intra-Venus works after her death. Our Lucy Lippard Women's Art Registry and the Miriam Schapiro Papers each have small collections of Hannah Wilke materials. She was a well respected, sometimes controversial artist who used her body to often play with the idea of the beautiful model, genius artist dichotomy.

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We are so excited to participate in the #5womenartists challenge again this year! These photos and drawing come from the Miriam Schapiro Papers, which are currently being processed. In addition to original artwork and photographs, Schapiro's papers contain a large amount of collected material on women artists both contemporary and historical. 
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