One of MoMA's reopening exhibits, this show explores the transition in Betye Saar's career that took place with the creation of her autobiographical work, Black Girl's Window, in 1969. This exhibit, the first to focus on her early time as a printmaker, illuminates the themes of identity and mysticism present in her art.
Dec 7, 2019 — Jan 5, 2020
Beyte Saar holding Black Girl's Window at her Laurel Canyon Studio, LA, 1970. Courtesy, the artist and Robert Projects, Los Angeles