Monthly Archives: May 2014

Female Photographer Lost in Central African Republic Conflicts

Recently, the New York Times lost a rising female photographer in the Central African Republic during violent conflicts in the area. Camille Lepage bravely documented African conflict for the paper for years, putting her life on the line to witness … Continue reading

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Feminist Protests Ensure in the Whitney Museum

In a recent protest on Friday evening (5/17/14), women clad in costumes and statement art overran the Whitney Museum’s Biennial during pay-what-you-want hours. The female protesters (“The Cliterati”) stirred a scene to protest the unequal representation of women artists in … Continue reading

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Moving the archives: Many hands make light work.

Hidden behind the facade of a stylish SOHO salon, the SOHO20 team began the epic move of our archives to Rowan University in New Jersey on Sunday (5/11/14). Although, more than 20 boxes required packing into a bare minivan the … Continue reading

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