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Jori Finkel

Jori Finkel

Jori Finkel is a journalist who moved to Los Angeles from New York in 2005 to cover the growing art scene here. She is currently the West Coast correspondent for The Art Newspaper and a regular contributor to the New York Times arts pages. She was the co-producer on KCET's "Artist and Mother."

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Celeida Tostes, Passagem (Passage), 1979 (detail). Photo performance: twenty-one projected photographs. Dimensions variable.| Raquel Silva / Projecto Celeida Tostes, Courtesy of the Hammer Museum
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The 10 Most Powerful Artworks on Motherhood from the 20th century

Art about motherhood has been devalued just about as long as the work of raising children has. But starting in the 20th century, we can find many examples of artworks that use the images or materials of motherhood to great effect.
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