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  • @cgwagley
    11 June, 2018

    Grace Hartigan 2: ", so they all dressed in dungarees and tried to look very masculine & not look sensitive and sis… https://t.co/ePFicsIMFT

  • @cgwagley
    11 June, 2018

    Grace Hartigan 1: "Oh, these poor guys didn’t know what a man artist was, there was no image for an American artist… https://t.co/R5D3mkTHsH

  • @cgwagley
    25 May, 2018

    "Mr. Vergne, who was traveling in Berlin on Friday, was unavailable for comment." https://t.co/G5iCMp7PFU @jorifinkel

  • @cgwagley
    24 May, 2018

    Frida and Jacqueline Breton: "their relationship was characterized more by absence than presence. Kahlo’s passionat… https://t.co/nh3h15diId

  • @cgwagley
    22 May, 2018

    omg, 'He was “enslaved” to her own sense of victimization, he wrote. They separated in 1963, but Ms. Williams refus… https://t.co/PZZghWRN5P

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Catherine Wagley

Catherine Wagley

Catherine Wagley writes about art and visual culture in Los Angeles.

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