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Hyperallergic essay on Women’s Work
The familiar expression “women’s work” persists in our cultural lexicon, but five artists/activists present visions that reshape its definition in a massive and thoughtful exhibition.
Ms. Q&A with curator Grace Aneiza Ali
Women’s Work: Art & Activism in the 21st Century features the work of five women artist-activists whose roots span the globe. Each engage the current political moment via their artmaking.
ART News Women’s Work Slideshow
View some works from Women’s Work Art & Activism in the 21st Century at Pen + Brush, New York
With a New Exhibit, Women’s Work Is in the Art Gallery
In the Pen + Brush spirit of women’s involvement in activism, politics, and art, Ali reflected on the the 2017 Women’s March as a sampling of women’s work:
Editors’ Picks: 19 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week
The next exhibition in Pen + Brush’s 125th-anniversary year features a quintet of international artists whose studio practices and activist activities challenge, if not shatter, outdated conceptions of what qualifies as “women’s work.”
artnet news: On View
From ‘dOGUMENTA’ to ‘Seated Ballerina’: 34 Amazing Public Art Shows to See in New York This Summer
16 Feminist Art Shows to See In Honor of Women’s History Month
“‘Future is Goddess,’ playing off the phrase “The Future is Female,” expands the role of feminine power by invoking goddesses and symbolic imagery from the past, and mixing it with contemporary influences. The eight-year survey of works at Pen + Brush, an organization founded on the idea of gender equality in the arts, showcases Michela […]
“Last spring, Ms. [Tricia] Wright all but stole a group show devoted to color in DUMBO, Brooklyn.” September 16th, 2002
Tricia Wright, Carlos Estrada-Vega, Jeffry Mitchell, Manifest Artistry The imports
“In most pieces, there’s an intense sense of anthropomorphic empathy implied by the various constructivist abstract forms. Although Wright’s work is invariably going to be compared to British legends Victor Pasmore and Patrick Heron, her overall tone is less ambivalent and more personable.”
Trailblazers and Mavericks
A series of conversations with art-world instigators. Victoria Selbach in conversation with Janice Sands and Dawn Delikat at P+B.