Visual Art Aug 19, 2015 at 4:00 am

She Says She's Not a Poet, but Her Work Begs to Differ

Mary Anne Carter thought it fitting to put a poem that discusses both “cosmopolitan women” and abortion onto a dainty handkerchief. Julia Robins


"Like all art that strains for respectability and promises "nourishment," they are the enemy of art."
So nice to have a juicy generalization draw me deeper into the article. Carter's work looks fascinating: more akin to Chinese traditions wherein the calligraphy, scroll, fabric, and text are integral to one another rather than Western printed broadsides.

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