“She was brave, like me”

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Interview by Artnet News with our professor Patricia Cronin and her partner Deborah Kass

Patricia Cronin and Deborah Kass in their Gowanus studio. Photo courtesy Nicolas Bloise.

“New York artists Deborah Kass and Patricia Cronin are easily one of the city’s most politically engaged art-world power couples—and their mutual love of politics is, in fact, how their romance began. 

Both artists have long been passionate about advocating for the rights and representation of women in creative circles and beyond, exploring feminist themes in their respective work, from public sculptures like Cronin’s Memorial to a Marriage—a bronze mortuary sculpture conceived before gay marriage was made legal in the United States—to Kass’s subversive Pop paintings, like her famous self-portrait in the manner of Warhol’s Liz.” – from news.artnet.com.

Follow the link to read the full article: https://news.artnet.com/art-world/kass-cronin-art-and-modern-love-1732572

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