Carrie Mae Weems

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Thu, Apr 19, 2001 through Wed, May 30, 2001

This exhibition is on view in the Foyer Gallery, next to the Western Gallery. Carrie Mae Weems is best known for her pioneering photographic work which combines image and text. Over the last decade her work has been exhibited by the Museum of Modern Art, the Walker Arts Center, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Getty Museum. She has been in numerous biennials and solo and group exhibitions worldwide. 

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