Yael Bartana
Patriarchy Is History / Yael Bartana
Feb 28 – Jun 13, 2020
Galleria Raffaella Cortese
Milan, Italy

Galleria Raffaella Cortese, in the year of its 25th anniversary, is proud to present the third solo show by Israeli artist Yael Bartana in the gallery’s three exhibition spaces.

The title stems from the large neon work Patriarchy is History (2019) showed in via Stradella 4, a direct and eloquent statement prompted not only by most recent events and discourses, but as a systemic reality of global History. This new work is yet another outcome of the artist’s ongoing interdisciplinary project What if Women Ruled the World? (2017 – present).

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