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Hello! I've just created this article, and am very much willing to contest the little button someone tacked ontop of it: 1) I've cited several references and sources to verify everything said 2) Notability? Her work is in the most important museums in the world - I happened to see one piece on my last visit to the MET. She's been written up in every art publication. Oh, and - as mentioned in the article - she won one of the most illustrious grants available to artists 3) Well, okay, that last one might be up to you.