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Culture and Relevance Longtime women's group studies art for art's sake

There, they encountered something strange: art like they had never seen before, a new-to-them class of work called Abstract Expressionism. (Formally credited as beginning in 1946, the movement likely was still gaining popularity a decade later.) One of the women, Sue Baker, suggested they hire Kenneth Sawyer, a Johns Hopkins …

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