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Bailey Doogan (b. 1941, Philadelphia, PA – d. 2022, Tucson, AZ) was an American artist best known for her feminist paintings and drawings that offer an unflinching look at the aging, female body and tackle cultural issues like the equation of beauty with youth. She received her BFA from Moore College of Art, PA and MA from UCLA, CA. Doogan’s work has been exhibited at the Alternative Museum, NY; Altos de Chavón, Dominican Republic; Brooklyn Museum, NY; The Drawing Center, NY; Fresno Art Museum, CA; ICA San José, CA; Knoxville Museum of Art, TN; New Museum, NY; Phoenix Art Museum, AZ; Rutgers University, NJ; San Antonio Museum of Art, CA; Speed Art Museum, KY; Tucson Museum of Art, AZ; and Utah Museum of Fine Arts, UT, among others. Her artwork is featured in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum, NY; DiRosa Museum, CA; Rutgers University, NJ; Tucson Museum of Art, AZ; San Jose State University, CA; and University of Arizona Museum of Art, among others. Doogan’s artwork has been reviewed and featured in numerous publications, including Art in America, The Nation, Art Journal, Ms., ARTnews, New Art Examiner, and Harper’s Magazine.