Margaret Harrison

born 1940

Margaret Harrison, ‘Homeworkers’ 1977
Homeworkers 1977
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Biography

Margaret Harrison (born 1940 in Wakefield, Yorkshire, England) is an English feminist and artist whose work uses a variety of media and subject matter.

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Artworks

Film and audio

TateShots

Margaret Harrison: Studio visit

Which is more shocking, a naked women astride a giant banana, or Hugh Hefner in suspenders?

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Unlock Art: Where are the women?

Girls actress Jemima Kirke addresses the topic of women in art (or the lack them)

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Audio Arts: Volume 4 No 1, Side A – Margaret Harrison, Lucy Lippard

Audio Arts established by Bill Furlong in 1973, side A from Volume 4 No 1 includes contributions from Margaret Harrison ...
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Audio Arts: Volume 4 No 1, Side B – Margaret Harrison, Lucy Lippard

Audio Arts established by Bill Furlong in 1973, side B from Volume 4 No 1 includes contributions from Margaret Harrison ...

Features

Art Term

Feminist art

Feminist art is art by artists made consciously in the light of developments in feminist art theory in the early ...

Tate Etc

On the home front: Recent Acquisition: Margaret Harrison

Margaret Harrison

The pioneering feminist artist talks to Tate Etc.’s Mariko Finch about her 1977 piece Homeworkers, a politically potent work ...

Tate Etc

Tate Etc. issue 29: Autumn 2013

Tate Etc. issue 29, Autumn 2013; online edition of Tate's magazine

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