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Whenever there is an exhibition of an artist who is not that known but has a grand oeuvre, we can’t help but wonder: how come their domains weren’t analyzed earlier?. The answer is often very simple – the artist must have belonged to a marginalized group, either because of gender, race, and sexuality or because the person was not academically trained. Unfortunately, when the ratio of marginalization is doubled, as

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Name: Elizabeth Mahon Location: Union Market neighborhood — Washington, D.C. Size: 540 square feet Years lived in: 1.5 years, renting I live alone, but my boyfriend spends most of his time at my place. We both love design and thankfully have really similar taste. He also does a really good job of reminding me to scale it back when I'm getting a little too crazy and want to buy everything—ha! When I moved it

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