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Artwork titled "Modern Chess Set," by artist Rachel Whiteread, appears in the exhibition, "Women House," featuring global artists and their reinterpretations about women in the home, during a preview showing at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, March 8, 2018. SAUL LOEB / AFP
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A kitchen grater lights up in the art installation, "Home," by Mona Hatoum, as part of the exhibition, "Women House," featuring global artists and their reinterpretations about women in the home, during a preview showing at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, March 8, 2018. Is home a burden, tied to endless chores and confinement, or a liberating shelter? Turns out it can be both for women artists exploring and deconstructing notions of domestic space and gender in a show opening on March 9, 2018, at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington. Running across several generations and featuring 36 international artists working in various media, the result is full of humor, both the dark and the laugh-out-loud kind. SAUL LOEB / AFP
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A museum guest takes a photograph of "Walking House," by artist Laurie Simmons, as she tours the exhibition, "Women House," featuring global artists and their reinterpretations about women in the home, during a preview showing at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, March 8, 2018. Is home a burden, tied to endless chores and confinement, or a liberating shelter? Turns out it can be both for women artists exploring and deconstructing notions of domestic space and gender in a show opening on March 9, 2018, at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington. Running across several generations and featuring 36 international artists working in various media, the result is full of humor, both the dark and the laugh-out-loud kind. SAUL LOEB / AFP
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Museum guests walk past the artwork, "Body Architecture - Collective Wear 4 Persons," by Lucy Orta, as part of the exhibition, "Women House," featuring global artists and their reinterpretations about women in the home, during a preview showing at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, March 8, 2018. Is home a burden, tied to endless chores and confinement, or a liberating shelter? Turns out it can be both for women artists exploring and deconstructing notions of domestic space and gender in a show opening on March 9, 2018, at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington. Running across several generations and featuring 36 international artists working in various media, the result is full of humor, both the dark and the laugh-out-loud kind. SAUL LOEB / AFP
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Museum guests tour the exhibition, "Women House," featuring global artists and their reinterpretations about women in the home, including the artwork "Mr. Slit," (rear) by artist Sheila Pepe, during a preview showing at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, March 8, 2018. Is home a burden, tied to endless chores and confinement, or a liberating shelter? Turns out it can be both for women artists exploring and deconstructing notions of domestic space and gender in a show opening on March 9, 2018, at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington. Running across several generations and featuring 36 international artists working in various media, the result is full of humor, both the dark and the laugh-out-loud kind. SAUL LOEB / AFP
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Museum guests walk past a yurt titled, "Topak Ev," by artist Nil Yalter, as they tour the exhibition, "Women House," featuring global artists and their reinterpretations about women in the home, during a preview showing at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, March 8, 2018. Is home a burden, tied to endless chores and confinement, or a liberating shelter? Turns out it can be both for women artists exploring and deconstructing notions of domestic space and gender in a show opening on March 9, 2018, at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington. Running across several generations and featuring 36 international artists working in various media, the result is full of humor, both the dark and the laugh-out-loud kind. SAUL LOEB / AFP
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The artwork, "Dollhouse," by artist Miriam Schapiro, appears in the exhibition, "Women House," featuring global artists and their reinterpretations about women in the home, during a preview showing at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, March 8, 2018. Is home a burden, tied to endless chores and confinement, or a liberating shelter? Turns out it can be both for women artists exploring and deconstructing notions of domestic space and gender in a show opening on March 9, 2018, at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington. Running across several generations and featuring 36 international artists working in various media, the result is full of humor, both the dark and the laugh-out-loud kind. SAUL LOEB / AFP
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The artwork "Mr. Slit," by artist Sheila Pepe, appears in the exhibition, "Women House," featuring global artists and their reinterpretations about women in the home, during a preview showing at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, March 8, 2018. Is home a burden, tied to endless chores and confinement, or a liberating shelter? Turns out it can be both for women artists exploring and deconstructing notions of domestic space and gender in a show opening on March 9, 2018, at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington. Running across several generations and featuring 36 international artists working in various media, the result is full of humor, both the dark and the laugh-out-loud kind. SAUL LOEB / AFP
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A woman views the artwork, "Dollhouse," by artist Miriam Schapiro, in the exhibition, "Women House," featuring global artists and their reinterpretations about women in the home, during a preview showing at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, March 8, 2018. Is home a burden, tied to endless chores and confinement, or a liberating shelter? Turns out it can be both for women artists exploring and deconstructing notions of domestic space and gender in a show opening on March 9, 2018, at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington. Running across several generations and featuring 36 international artists working in various media, the result is full of humor, both the dark and the laugh-out-loud kind. SAUL LOEB / AFP
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Museum guests walk past a yurt titled, "Topak Ev," by artist Nil Yalter, as they tour the exhibition, "Women House," featuring global artists and their reinterpretations about women in the home, during a preview showing at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, March 8, 2018. Is home a burden, tied to endless chores and confinement, or a liberating shelter? Turns out it can be both for women artists exploring and deconstructing notions of domestic space and gender in a show opening on March 9, 2018, at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington. Running across several generations and featuring 36 international artists working in various media, the result is full of humor, both the dark and the laugh-out-loud kind. SAUL LOEB / AFP