everything but another kind12 music miniatures about eva hesse
Her images reflect on identity, sometimes with wry wit or an angry fatalism. She never wanted to see her work smugly categorized as 'women's art.' Quite the contrary; Hesse wanted it to join the general discourse of modern images, uncramped by niches of gender or race. 'The best way to beat discrimination in art is by art,' she brusquely replied to a list of questions a journalist sent her. 'Excellence has no sex.'
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