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October 09, 2007


Tony Tackett

You say,
While at the opening of this show I met an eminent art historian who clearly despised Bourgeois' work, dismissing it as 'sentimental', and 'pushing all the right buttons for the feminists'.
I would b interested in who that eminent art hsitorian might be. His vews miht be worth expanding in an Art History MA I am currently engaged in resarching.

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