She is the very first exhibition in China that features women artists from such a vast region and long history, with the artworks from 13 countries spanning over 10 centuries by 105 artists. She is divided into four chapters: self-annihilation, self-liberation, self-introspection and self-expression, as the exhibition narrates the rise of women from a macro perspective. Read more.
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