Hannah Wilke Unknown photos by feminist artist Hannah Wilke debut at Temple University

WHYY Apr 25, 2019

The art gallery at Temple University, Temple Contemporary, is showing never-before-seen work by a prominent artist who died 26 years ago.

Hannah Wilke was a radical feminist artist who was most popular in the 1970s, when her photography and performance work often featured sexually provocative images of herself. Her most iconic work was a series of black-and-white photographs of her own nude body stuck with little wads of chewing gum shaped into tiny vulvas.

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