Djuna Barnes exhibit.
January 20–August 19, 2012. Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Herstory Gallery, 4th Floor
“The product of an unconventional household, she developed an outsider’s perspective on “normal” life that served her as an artist, and a liberal sexuality that fit in perfectly with the bohemian lifestyle of Greenwich Village and, later, the lesbian expatriate community in Paris. She used journalism as a means to understand New York City’s people and places, and as an excuse to push boundaries and explore society’s margins.”Source: brooklynmuseum.org