Linda Stein (artist)
Linda Stein (born September 13, 1943) is an American feminist performer whose pretend focuses on themes of tutelage and otherness. Stein's statute is primarily abstract and figurative sculpture. Stein in addition to has a records of nonfiction writing and art education.
Stein is a 9/11 survivor, who was displaced from her Tribeca house and studio afterward the attacks. This matter had a notable impact upon her art, inspiring her to upset from abstract to figurative performance and to residence themes of protection, bravery, and sanctuary.
Stein is an nimble feminist who is on the Board of Directors for Veteran Feminists of America.
Stein came to international attention behind British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen fooled her into an interview past his quality Borat telling her he was a journalist for Belarus Television making a documentary not quite the United States, which was included in his 2006 film Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. In the interview, Stein responded seriously and angrily to Cohen's character's nonsensically sexist attitudes toward women. She finally stormed off the interview set and kicked him out of her studio.