Deborah Kass (b. 1952) is a contemporary American artist. With a practice spanning across media and disciplines, Kass' work is notable for her pointed feminist critique. Through her use of appropriation, she often mimcs the work and styles of male artists to comment on and rewrite the patriarchal narrative of art history. Often working in a series, Kass forms a poignant and didactic political commentary while retaining a sense of self-refernce with her autobiographical paintings, lyrics, and prose.
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