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New York Times Lens: Beauty, Pride and Power in Photos by Lola Flash

| The New York Times | Written by : David Gonzalez  |  www.nytimes.com

After about 32 years of making pictures with hardly any time to rest, Flash is standing a little taller herself these days, thanks to a retrospective exhibit of her various projects at the Pen and Brush Gallery in Manhattan.

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Brooklyn Rail IN CONVERSATION: Lola Flash with Amy Deneson

| Brooklyn Rail | Written by : Amy Deneson  |  brooklynrail.org

Lola Flash’s retrospective at Pen + Brush, 1986 to Present, honors creative activism at its finest. ... This historic retrospective of seventy-one photographs spans a life of advocacy.

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ARTNews

| ARTNews  |  www.artnews.com

The solo exhibition presents work spanning three decades, including a cross-processed color photography series the artist made in response to the AIDS crisis.

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artnet news:  35 Must-See Gallery Shows in New York City

| artnet news | Written by : Sarah Cascone  |  news.artnet.com

The artist is known for her often feminist-tinged work that challenges preconceived notions about race and sexuality.

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Time Out Loves

| Time Out  |  www.timeout.com

For more than three decades, Lola Flash's photos have challenged gender, sexual and racial norms. Nonprofit Pen + Brush hosts the first comprehensive exhibition of Flash's photos.

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