Lezley Saar

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Artist Lezley Saar makes work about people who live outside the norms of gender, race, and mental health -- including her own son, who was diagnosed with autism as a baby.

Lezley Saar's portraits question what is normal

Artist Lezley Saar makes work about people who live outside the norms of gender, race, and mental health -- including her own son, who was diagnosed with autism as a baby.

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