The Seattle Art MuseumAdds two works by Ann Leda Shapiro to the permanent collection.
The StrangerJen Graves features Ann Leda Shapiro and her artwork 'Women Landing on the Man in the Moon' in an article, about the Museum's new aquisition of works by women and queer artists.
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Vashon-Maury Island BeachcomberJULI GOETZ MORSER, Arts Editor
Writes about Ann Leda Shaprio in the article
Formerly censored painting now belongs to SAM-pdf
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Foundational Works at the Seattle Art Museum
Anna Reser writes in her review..."Woman Landing on Man in the Moon from 1971 is perhaps the the best expression I’ve seen of the frustration and alienation felt by many in the US at their apparent exclusion from the luminous, liberated future promised by the American space program."
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Seattle Art Museum Exhibit, Rebel Rebel Review
In her City Arts review, ‘The Rebels Amongst Us’ Amanda Manitach, features an interview with Ann Leda Shapiro about her work and the exhibit currently up at SAM.