Radical Since 1971 - Margaret Harrison's work has helped define the relationship of feminism, art and politics in Britain, and she is frequently invited to speak on these topics in international forums. Her work has been exhibited recently in shows central to contemporary debates about feminist art practice, such as the 2009 exhibition REBELLE: Art and Feminism 1969-2009 (Museum of Contemporary Art, Arnhem, the Netherlands), the 2007 touring exhibition WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution (MOCA Los Angeles/MoMA PS1, New York), and the 11th Istanbul Biennale in 2009. Her work has been collected by the Tate Museum and other major institutions. She currently lives and works in both Cumbria and San Francisco.
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Table of ContentsReflections Without Boundaries: Margaret Harrison's Life in Art - The Many Guises of Captain America: Harrison's Take on the United States - Looking at the Last Gaze - Excepts from Tennyson's The Lady of Shallot - Breaking out of the Class System - Activism and Acts of Memory - Biography - Image Checklist