Can the Modernist Canon Please Make Room for a Woman?
by Hannah Stamler
The Village Voice, March 14, 2018

“‘Baya: Woman of Algiers,’ curated by Natasha Boas, is the artist’s first exhibition in North America, and is admirable for attempting to find her a suitable place within the well-trod narrative of Modernism — one that can feel stultified and remains, despite recent interventions, largely Western- and male-dominated. The twenty-odd paintings on view — all from the period around her Paris debut — prove that Baya was an artist of exceptional vision.”

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