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My Mothers,” open Jan. 26, MassArt Art Museum

Bostonian May Stevens was a giant of contemporary art who used her work to attack capitalism, racism and the American patriarchy – see her “Big Daddy” series of the ’60s and ’70s. In “My Mothers,” Stevens puts her birth mother Alice Dick Stevens beside her “spiritual mother,” Marxist revolutionary Rosa Luxemburg. The always-free MassArt Art Museum calls these works “tender explorations of both public and personal struggles; celebrations of revolution and public life; and demonstrations of the mundane and overlooked aging process.”

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