Excerpts from the 1971 Journal of Rosemary Mayer

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Rosemary Mayer produced a vast body of work across mediums. In 1971 she began to focus on the use of fabric as a primary material for sculpture and to participate in a feminist consciousness-raising group which contributed to her involvement in A.I.R., the first cooperative gallery for women in the US. This was a pivotal period in Mayer’s life and career, and she documented it in remarkable detail in her 1971 journal, reprinted in excerpts in this illustrated edition.
ISBN 9781940190259. Soberscove Press.
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Rosemary Mayer produced a vast body of work across mediums. In 1971 she began to focus on the use of fabric as a primary material for sculpture and to participate in a feminist consciousness-raising group which contributed to her involvement in A.I.R., the first cooperative gallery for women in the US. This was a pivotal period in Mayer’s life and career, and she documented it in remarkable detail in her 1971 journal, reprinted in excerpts in this illustrated edition.
  • Author
    Mayer, Rosemary
  • Publisher
    Soberscove Press
  • Release
    June 2020
  • Binding
    pb
  • Format
    164 pages, 22 ills. 21 x 14.6 cm
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