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In Femé Meggritte’s Studio, Ruth Cserr

“When I realized that Magritte also had an interest in eggs and birds, as well as landscapes and curtains, clouds and easels, and, of course, derby hats, this was what came into being.”

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Ruth Cserr was an Open Fields School parent who still wishes that she could have gone to an elementary school like Open Fields, and she still hasn’t grown up because it isn’t clear what that means and it doesn’t sound like much fun. As an art historian and landscape architect, a photographer and landscape theorist, and a feminist obsessed with representations of the earth and the female body, some fun with the work of René Magritte was inevitable.