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Artists Nina Buxenbaum, Isabel Manalo, Pamela Phatsimo Sundstrum, Curator Rick Delaney Photos courtesy of Isabel Manalo.
Zoe Charlton and Isabel Manalo
Obi-Palimpsest (detail) by Migiwa Orimo
artwork by Pamela Phatsimo Sundstrum
The Bridge by Negar Ahkimi

Mother Africa – Mother of All Humanity, 2008 by Margaret Burroughs

Wanda Ewing
Untitled by Laylah Ali

Curator Rick Delaney with Fancy Catalogs! They are NICE.
Regina Vater
Painting by Isabel Manalo
Faith Ringgold on back wall
Nina Buxenbaum

Cotton Ball sculpture by Soumiya Krishnaswamy
Background Image by Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson, with sculpture in front by Flo Oy Wong
Flo Oy Wong
Finding Home No. 74 by Siona Benjamin
Paula Wilson
Paintings by Athena LaTocha
Works by Saya Woolfalk
Bell Jar by Emma Amos
Eagle Five by Kate Bae

If I Didn’t Care: Multigenerational Female Artists Discuss Cultural Histories
Curated by Rick Delaney, Gallery Director
January 30 – March 30, 2009

Richman Gallery and Davison Lobby
The Park School
2425 Old Court Road/ Baltimore, MD 21203
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