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Galleries

Other eyes on woman’s work

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / March 31, 2010

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Crochet festoons walls, stretches through sculptures, and is the stuff of dangerous-looking party dresses in exhibitions at three galleries. All the artists — Donna Rosenthal, Robyn Love, and Isabel Riley — play off, challenge, and exaggerate the idea of crochet as a domestic craft, as woman’s work, but they take the concept in breathtakingly different directions. (Full article: 828 words)

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