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In April, a textile factory collapsed in Bangladesh, killing more than 1,100 workers. They’d been making clothes for European fast-fashion retailers, but the public outcry for stricter safety regulations rippled much further. As a swift response, MOWA exhibited Terese Agnew’s 2005 quilt, “portrait of a textile worker,” which bears the likeness of a female textile worker composed entirely from fashion labels. It was a striking statement eight years ago and is still powerful today.




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