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Now through April 8, "PMS" is on display inside the Brooklyn War Memorial.

The exhibition of artworks - rather than the bloating or mood swings - of "women Painters, Musicians and Sculptors" is a stunningly diverse show.

Among the more than 40 artists whose work is on display are Kristen Benson’s "TV 2004," a vintage television console with an ant farm - filled with bustling sand harvester ants - behind its screen (pictured), as well as Chanika Svetvilas’ diorama of flowers formed from fast food wrappers inset into suitcases, and Carmen Hay Kolodzey’s hand-painted textiles which hang above the stage in the exhibition hall.

"PMS," inside the memorial at 195 Cadman Plaza West in Downtown Brooklyn, is presented by the Brooklyn College Art Gallery in collaboration with the Brooklyn Arts Council, South of the Navy Yard Artists and the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition. Admission is free. For more information, call (718) 951-5181.

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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