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Photographs by Paul Laster
  Artists and curators at the opening of "Global Feminisms"
at the Brooklyn Museum on Mar. 22, 2007
Filipino video artist Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen
Palestinian video artist
Emily Jacir
Russian video artist Julia Loktev
Kenya-born New York artist Wangechi Mutu with her painting installation
German artist Melanie Manchot with her photograph
"Global Feminisms" curators Maura Reilly
and Linda Nochlin
French artist Beatrice Cussol with her drawing
Japanese photographer Tomoko Sawada with her work
Chicago artist Mequitta Ahuja with her painting
Chinese installation artist Lin Tianmiao with her
photo self-portrait
New Zealand artist Lisa Reihana with her photograph
Mexico City artist Teresa Margolles with her sculpture
Spanish video collaborators Ana Carceller and Helena Cabello
Bangkok-born New York artist Skowmon Hastanan with her lightbox installation
Costa Rican artist Priscilla Monge with her room installation
Hong Kong-born Australian artist Kate Beynon with one of her paintings
German video artist Julika Rudelius
Bulgarian video artist Boryana Rossa
Bombay-based Indian artist Tejal Shah with her video
Italian performance artist Sissi in her installation
German photographer Claudia Reinhardt with one of her works
French video artist Zineb Sedira
Indonesian artist Arahmaiani with her installation
L.A. photographer Cass Bird with one of her works
Vancouver-based Anishinabekwe artist Rebecca Belmore with her video installation
Washington, D.C.-based artist Mary Coble with her video
Swiss artist Emmanuelle Antille with her video
Congo-born French-based photographer Michele Magema with one of her works
Stockholm-based video artist Maria Friberg
  Paul Laster is the editor of Artkrush and a regular contributor to Artnet Magazine