Suzanne Benton: Unmasked

Pioneering feminist artist Suzanne Benton has a career spanning nearly seven decades and extending to 32 countries. Suzanne Benton: Unmasked celebrates her legacy of feminist activism by presenting female figures from myth and history in her signature welded-metal masks and color-rich monoprints. Telling the stories of influential women across time and space, this exhibition highlights the contributions of women to global history.

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Suzanne Benton (b. 1936) lives in Ridgefield, CT, but has traveled the world creating masks, sculptures, prints, paintings, performances, and presenting lectures and leading workshops. Even after seven decades, her artistic practice continues to evolve. She is currently writing a memoir, The Spirit of Hope.