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    Introduction
    Dotty Attie (born 1938, Pennsauken, New Jersey) is an acclaimed feminist painter, and the co-founder of the first all-female cooperative art gallery in America, A.I.R. Gallery. Her work has been widely exhibited and is in many major museum collections, including the Whitney, the Museum of Modern Art, and the National Gallery in London. She also has the rare distinction of having an all-female punk rock band named after her. Attie currently resides in New York, New York
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    Nationality
    American
    Gender
    Female
    Roles
    Artist, Graphic Artist, Painter
    Names
    Dotty Attie, Dottie Attie
    Ulan
    500024829
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