Ellen Cantor


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Ellen Cantor (1961-2013) was an American artist. Cantor came to prominence in the early 1990s, garnering critical acclaim and notoriety—particularly in her dual hometowns of London and New York—as part of a young generation of feminist artists exploring new modes of female representation. Cantor was known for combining pornography, politics, pop culture and the handmade in her paintings, drawings, sculptures, videos, and films.

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