Feminist Performance Art Blooms Anew at Dixon Place

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Dixon Place, on New York City’s Lower East Side, is many things: theater, performance laboratory … bar. But one thing it is not? Beholden to trends in art or performance. The 25-year-old venue, recently reborn in a commercial space (it used to operate out of one of the founder’s homes), is used to carrying the […]

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Marcia Tucker, founder of the New Museum in New York City, recalled her interview for her previous curatorial job at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1969 thusly: I said ‘Let me tell you why you don’t want to hire a woman. First, no man will ever be able to work for me. Second, we […]