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This #feministfriday post is all about #protest. In 1984 when MoMA opened the exhibition International Survey of Painting and Sculpture there were 169 artists represented. All were white and less than 10% were women. In a survey exhibition the assumption is that these artists represent the current trends and the best of the best. The fact that it was entirely white and almost entirely male is ridiculous. 
Women's Caucus for Art and other women's groups organized and protested the lack of inclusion of women and women of color. Fliers were posted around MoMA calling out their lack of inclusivity, artists picketed MoMA, and signs and pins like these were worn/displayed. While it's unclear if the protest had any effect on MoMA standards, since 1985 they have never used the word
A little behind the scenes as we were getting ready for out New Jersey Book Arts Symposium Exhibit.  Our wonderful conservation student workers work with our conservationist, Tim Corlis, to create book cradles, custom mounts, labels, and just about all of the things you do not focus on in our exhibits. (Sorry about the messy table, we were building an exhibit.) #Rutgers #RutgersLibraries #RutgersSCUA #IGLibraries #SpecialCollections #WorkinLibraries #WeAreSpecialCollections #RUWorkingWednesday #WorkingWednesay #ExhibitPrep #BehindtheScenes @ru_studentemploymentoffice

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