Bill Owens I believe in women's liberation. I'm tired of the image of the women who has the most sanitary toilet bowl, the cleanest floor, and the brattiest kids as the supermother., I want to be able to change with my children and to change with my life as I grow older. Staying at home and taking care of the kids doesn't help. 1972

  • Not on view
Gelatin silver print
11 × 14" (27.9 × 35.6 cm)
Gift of Robert Harshorn Shimshak and Marion Brenner
Object number
© 2024 Bill Owens

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