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Hollis Sigler’s Fantastical Art Drew on Her Private Passion and Pain—Here Are 3 Things You Might Not Know About Her Pioneering, Feminist Work

In Chicago artist Hollis Sigler’s I’ve Got the Job of Being a Woman (1982), everyday objects are strewn across a childlike mountainscape. There’s a high-heeled shoe, a doll, a toppled chair—all hint at some drama that has just occurred. The composition is, as is typical of … Read entire story.

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