Wednesday, February 21, 2007

To Do: Get Thee to The Gallery, Feminist

I was late in discovering this, so, sadly, you're going to have to run not walk if you'd like to see it before it closes on the 24th. But still important to mention that Ceres has a show up called "Agents of Change: Women, Art and Intellect", a group exhibition celebrating women’s achievements in the visual arts, curated by Dr. Leslie King-Hammond, artist and Dean of Graduate Studies at Maryland Institute College of Art.

The show features the work of artists Miriam Schapiro, Faith Ringgold, Ana Mendieta, Renee Cox, Judy Chicago, Kara Walker and the Guerrilla Girls, among others, and represents "a multiethnic, multigenerational selection of work," according to the Times' Holland Cotter. In the same feminist vein, Cotter also recommends fans check out “Re:Generation,” a survey of emerging female artists at Smack Mellon in Dumbo, Brooklyn (closes March 11), as well as “What F Word?” at Cynthia Broan Gallery in Chelsea (closes March 17).

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