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The National Museum of Women in the Arts has gathered work from 21 different black women artists for this new exhibit that showcases how abstract art can be used to communicate personal experiences. Pieces that use unconventional form and construction can be seen throughout the exhibit, including sculpture and large-scale paintings. Many of the artists on display have DC ties, including Mary Lovelace O’Neal, Alma Woodsey Thomas and Mildred Thompson.
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