CHICAGO EXHIBITION 2020
Deadline to enter: October 15, 2019
Title: Collectively Shifting
Juror: Cecilia Vargas
January 17–February 16, 2020
Individuals do not have a singular identity, especially when we consider who we are and how we are. Rather we have numerous ways that we identify ourselves including race, class, gender, sexuality, age, and (dis)ability.
We are seeking artistic works that address intersectionality; that is the ways that our identities overlap in multiple areas of discrimination, and the way that these intersecting relationships can shift depending on the context of time and location. Artists are encouraged to interpret the theme broadly considering multiplicity within intersectionality. Artwork can be in any approach and form, including the historic precedents set by Chicago’s political activists and socially-engaged artwork.
YOUNG WOMEN’S CAUCUS EXHIBITION 2020
Deadline to enter: November 1, 2019
Title: Intersectional History
Juror: Donna M. Meeks
February 10–February 23, 2020
Themes relating to historical oppression through a lens of intersectionality will be explored at Woman Made Gallery in Chicago. We are looking for works that analyze intersectional identity through the historical exploration of an individual of your choice. The WCA Intersectional History exhibition will explore the ideas surrounding the experience of intersectionality in your work and ask how identity has changed or remained. As ideas are brought into the zeitgeist they then acknowledge and normalize the complexity of human culture and attributed qualities relating to our heritage, gender, etc.
Intersectional History is asking creators to challenge dominant narratives of history through multi-generational, visual story-telling. How do people grow in their lifetime to find intersectionality and a multi-faceted nature in individuals along with the whole of society?
PAST EXHIBITIONS & CATALOGS
ART SPEAKS! Lend Your Voice
February 22–March 10, 2018 Arena 1 Gallery in Santa Monica, CA
Curator: Jill Muniz
Selected artists: Jayne Adams, Kathy Aldous-Schleindl, Shula Arbel, Jenny E. Balisle, Sharon Barnes, Yvonne Beatty, Linda Basha Brookshire, Janine Brown, Lorraine Bubar, Julie Carcione, Michele Colburn, Constance Culpepper, Liz Dodson, Laurie Edison, Beth Fein, Clairan Ferrono, Kim Foley, Megan Frances, Ellen Freyer, Dwora Fried, Christine Giancola, Amy Gilvary, Betty Green, Susan Harmon, Shelley Heffler, Mary Kamerer, Veda B Kaya, Linda Kunik, Esther Kwan Simon, J. J. L’Heureux, Beth Lakamp, Lynda Levy, Charity Malin, Aline Mare, Robbin Milne, Lena Moross, Sandra Mueller, Mary Nash, Melissa Reischman, Lynda A. N. Reyes, Samuelle Richardson, Julia Rigby, Karrie Ross, Orly Ruaimi, Linda Jo Russell, Marilou Ryder, Seda Saar, Sondra Schwetman, Jacqueline Secor, Rebecca Setareh, Doni Silver Simons, Kerrie Smith, Stephanie Solomon, Leona Strassberg Steiner, Nathalie Tierce, Linda Vallejo, Elise Vazelakis, Arika Von Edler, Elizabeth White, Holly Wong, Joan Wulf, and Tina YbarraI
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WAGE ON! Women, Art and Money
A Women’s Caucus for Art Exhibition Project Jan 31–Feb25, 2017 Ceres Gallery, NY
WAGE ON! Women, Art, and Money is the featured national exhibition of the 2017 WCA national conference in New York City. It offers a timely opportunity to address the impact of a changing political and economic landscape through the multi-generational lens of the twenty artists in the exhibition.
As juror Helga Christoffersen remarked:
“I looked to works that took on issues of woman’s work, rights, and identity today, in ways that speak to fundamental underlying issues in our society that affect us all…This exhibition is an important initiative and an example of a way to bring together a broad range of voices, opinions, and practices under a united and urgent cause.”
The exhibition continues themes set by the Minnesota WCA Chapter in their expansive 2016 “The Women and Money Project” and collaboration with Nash Gallery at the University of Minnesota. A full-color catalog will extend the historical and geographical reach of the exhibition and be available in February 2017.
Participating Artists: Torey Akers, Judy Ballance, Veronica Ceci, Pauline Chernichaw, Dorit Jordan Dotan, Palmer Earl, Christine Giancola, Julia Gutman, J.J. L’Heureux, Jessica Mieles, Katy Mixon, B St. Marie Nelson, Suzanna Scott, Ember Small, Genevieve Walker, Leslie Wallstedt, Jill Waterhouse, Anna Watson, Heather Weathers and Diana Zipeto.
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This exhibition honors the achievements and legacy of all 194 women in the visual arts who received WCA Lifetime Achievement awards between 1979 and 2016, as documented in the honor catalogs. The awardees are introduced here in order of their award year.
The 2016 WCA Conference in Washington, DC culminated with a rousing reception at our exhibition Impact! on the entire second floor of the American University Museum gallery. The legacy of WCA was understood and appreciated by those who saw the examples of powerful work by over thirty artists. Scrolling slides recognizing all 194 women honored since the first awards were presented at the White House in 1979 represented the full range and significance of the honor awards.
The exhibition was co-organized by former WCA board members Jaimianne Amicucci and Barbara Wolanin with the support of the WCA board, the museum, and the lenders.
Who’s Afraid of Feminism
A.I.R. Gallery and the Women’s Caucus for Art announce WHO’S AFRAID OF FEMINISM, curated by Catherine Morris, Sackler Family Curator of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, and managed by Karen Gutfreund, Exhibition Director. This exhibition presents art from cross-generational, self-identified women artists that addresses feminism with a contemporary spin. These works incite the viewer to question the current social and political landscape, and the continuing need for gender equality. The exhibiting artists, using a variety of media, elucidate where feminism has been and where it is going, and explore feminism’s political, personal and formal contexts. With a surge of interest about the place of women in the art market and art world, with a record number of discussions throughout social media channels, WHO’S AFRAID OF FEMINISM highlights what still needs to be done to influence cultural attitudes and transform stereotypes about women in the arts.
Artists chosen for the gallery: Shonagh Adelman, Tara Booth, Amy Cannestra, Katherine Cooksey, Julie Sinclair Eakin, Sally Edelstein, Christine Giancola, Lucy Julia Hale, Coco Hall, Maiza Hixson, Kristina Lenzi, Sinan Leong Revell, J. J. L’Heureux, Sarah Maple, Sandra Matthews, Brittany Prater, Carly Ries, Trix Rosen, Cecilia Rossey, Lisa Seidenberg, Gwen Shockey, Meg Stein, Rhonda M. Thomas, Nikki Thompson, Marie Tomanova, Margi Weir, and Ellen Wetmore.
Artists chosen for the online gallery: Samantha Aasen, Shonagh Adelman, Alicia Aldama, Anne Alexander, Elaine Alibrandi, Carrie Alter, Jung Ran Bae, Tessie Barrera-Scharaga, Ali Beyer, Dare J. Boles, Jackie Branson, Kathryn Burleson, Donna Catanzaro, D Cleary, Laura Collins, Liz Collins, Mary Ellen Croteau, Cynthia Cusick, Gina Dabrowski, Rocio De Alba, Sue Dean, Cat Del Buono, Romina Del Castillo, Laurie Edison, Alyssa Eustaquio, Shawna Gibbs, Katya Grokhovsky, Mary Hamill, Kate Hampel, Wendy Hansen, Edith Hillinger, Sarah Elizabeth Honan, Judy Johnson-Williams, Ann Johnston-Schuster, Sue Julien, Kay Kang, Catherine Maffioletti, Rose Materdomini, Constance McBride, Brandi Merolla, Jennifer Mondfrans, Laura Moore, Margaret Noble, Heather Ossandon, Priscilla Otani, Francesca Padron, Dominique Palladino, Min Kim Park, Brittany Prater, Robin Przybysz, Carol Quint, Carly Ries, Trix Rosen, Heather Saunders and Erin Finley, Buket Savci Atature, Heather Scholl, Amy Siqveland, Ann Stoddard, Nette Thomas, Marta V. Tornero, Mary Joy Torrecampo, Jen Urso, Cristina Velazquez, Shirley Verrette, Jenny Walker, Jennifer Weigel, Karen Yee, and Lu Zhang.
Trending: Contemporary Art Now!
“Trending: Contemporary Art Now!” juried by Elizabeth Garvey, co-founder and owner of Garvey Simon Art Access and and managed by Karen Gutfreund, Exhibition Director. Garvey chose 19 works by 12 artists for the Target Gallery at the Torpedo Factory and 101 works by 52 artists for the online gallery and catalog. The show ran from January 23–February 28, 2016. This exhibition presents art from cross-generational, self-identified women artists that addresses feminism with a contemporary spin. These works incite the viewer to question the current social and political landscape, and the continuing need for gender equality. The exhibiting artists, using a variety of media, elucidate where feminism has been and where it is going, and explore feminism’s political, personal and formal contexts. With a surge of interest about the place of women in the art market and art world, with a record number of discussions throughout social media channels,WHO’S AFRAID OF FEMINISM highlights what still needs to be done to influence cultural attitudes and transform stereotypes about women in the arts.
Artists chosen for the gallery: Sarah Boyts Yoder, Amy Cannestra, Sara DiDonato, Blond Jenny, Blythe King, Gayle Lorraine, Stacy Rexrode, Trina Smith, Rebecca Starry, Kate Walker, Margi Weir, and Sarah West.
Artists chosen for the online gallery: Kayla Antiel, Jennifer Beinhacker, Rouzanna Berberian, Sarah Bielski, Karen Bright, Barbara Bruch, Amy Cannestra, Marah Carpenter, Jenny Casey, Sara DiDonato, Roz Dimon, Emily Duong, Hannah Freeman, Shawna Gibbs, Hai Ri Han, Emanuela Harris-Sintamarian, Shelley Heffler, Patricia Ingersoll, Blond Jenny, Krista Jurisich, Joanna Kidd, Tara Kopp, Beth Lakamp, Lauren Lake, Uma Rani Lyli, Katrina Majkut, Natalya Tali Margolin, Soni Martin, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Seren Moran, Andrea Morganstern, Laura Morrison, Jane Allen Nodine, AnaMarie Paredes, Wen Redmond, Stacy Rexrode, Stephanie Robison, Jennifer Rodgers, Claudia Samper, Sally Schluter, Sondra Schwetman, Kathryn Shinko, Pamela Shipley, Marlene Siff, Meg Stein, Rhonda M. Thomas-Urdang, Yana Verba, Sarah West, Elizabeth White, Jordann Wine, Jenna Wright, and Deb Young.
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Views from the Edge: Women, Gender and Politics
Curatorial award for Women’s History Month at the Sarah Doyle Gallery at Brown University in Providence, RI. Karen Gutfreund chose 24 women artists for this exhibition “Views from the Edge: Women, Gender and Politics”. The exhibition ran from March 2–28, 2015. Exhibition catalog: http://issuu.com/karengutfreund/docs/views_from_the_edge_women_gender_an? utm_source=conversion_success& utm_campaign=Transactional& utm_medium=email
This feminist exhibition features the art of 24 women artists raising their voices to advocate for gender equality, women’s rights, and social justice. Works in all media range from the poetic to the psychological, from the personal to the political, and from representational to the abstract. These expressions provoke, dramatize, and challenge assumptions about women’s lives in today’s global society. How is women’s identity defined, controlled, and supported when it comes to politics, reproductive rights, and self-expression? Why is violence against women so common? Why are women’s lives so difficult even now in the 21st. century? This show asks the viewer to look critically at the boundaries and barriers to women’s rights, to celebrate the wonderful differences that women make in both personal and public domains, and to join the fight to achieve the equality that women deserve.
Artists in the Gallery: Sherri Cornett, Anahi DeCanio, Cat Del Buono, Sally Edelstein, Linda Friedman Schmidt, Patricia Izzo, Marky Kauffmann, Sandra Klein, Beth Lakamp, Monica Lundy, Sarah Maple, Janice Nesser, Guerrilla Girls On Tour!, Priscilla Otani, Mervi Pakaste, Min Kim Park, Jane Peterman, Roxanne Phillips, Nora Raggio, Sinan Revell, Amanda Sawyer, Gail Smuda, Rebecca Stern, and Jennifer Weigel.
National Juried Exhibitions
National Juried Exhibition, with four exhibitions presented by the Women’s Caucus for Art at the Westbeth Center for the Arts from February 7–22, 2015.
Jurors: Petra Kuppers, Karen Gutfreund, and Fay Grawjower.
Transforming Community: Disability, Diversity and Access, WCA National exhibition, juried by Petra Kuppers with 29 pieces chosen to be in the gallery.
National Exhibition Artists: Carolyn Applegate, Salma Arastu, Elizabeth Bowler, A. Laura Brody, Linda Button, Belinda Chlouber, Belinda Chlouber, Laurie Edison, Stephanie Eley, Christine Giancola, Susan Harmon, Ludmila Ketslakh, Stacy Koffman, Beth Lakamp, Riva Lehrer, Riva Lehrer, Irene Loughlin, Sandra Mueller, Priscilla Otani, Linda Pearlman Karlsberg, Sondra Schwetman, Bonnie J. Smith, Carolyn Owen Sommer, Lisa Steichmann, Lisa Steichmann, Chanika Svetvilas, Leigh Toldi, Chun-Shan (Sandie) Yi.
Ecology: The Difference Perception Makes, Eco-art Caucus, juried by Karen Gutfreund with 16 works chosen to be in the gallery.
Eco-art Caucus Artists: Ellen Alt, Jeannine Cook, Mary Lou Dauray, Rachael Davis, Liz Dodson, Sue Crosby Doyle, Danielle Eubank, Danielle Eubank, Kate Higley, Judith Hugentobler, Dory Ingram, Ann Kim, Meg Madison, Diane J Mayer, Nora Raggio, Wen Redmond, Lisa Marie Sipe.
The Light Within: The Difference Spirituality Makes, Jewish Women Artist Network (JWAN) Caucus, juried by Fay Grajower with 14 works chosen to be in the gallery.
JWAN Caucus Artists: Elinore Bucholtz, Jennifer Colby, Jennifer Colby, Anne Kantor Kellett, Linda Mendelson, Mary Morgan, Mary Morgan, Flora Rosefsky, Mary Shisler, Mary Shisler, Reva Solomon, Deanna Taubman, Deanna Taubman, Marian Yap.
The Difference Community Art Makes, Young Women’s(YW) Caucus, juried by Karen Gutfreund with 5 works chosen to be in the gallery.
YW Caucus Artists: Joanna Fulginiti, Bonnie MacAllister and Rachel Udell, Linda Gleitz, Aimee Santos, Jennifer Weigel and Jennifer Colby and Sue Ann Hillyer.
View the catalog here: http://issuu.com/karengutfreund/docs/nyc_2015_catalog_for_issuu
Equilibrium, Art for a Changing World
National Juried Exhibition, at Woman Made Gallery, Chicago from January 17 to February 27, 2014.
Jurors: Beate Minkovski, Executive Director of Woman Made Gallery, and Mary Stoppert, Artist.
“Equilibrium, Art for a Changing World” is an exhibition that seeks to explore the tensions, demands and challenges inherent in living in a rapidly changing world that expresses the multiple expressions of balance or its absence, which can range from abstract to representational, psychological to social, whimsical and poetic to political commentary. Beate and Mary chose 41 works to be shown in the Woman Made Gallery and an additional 43 featured in the catalog.
Aritists with * were displayed in the gallery: Elaine Alibrandi, Lynn Arnold*, Andrea Beizer, Linda Belden, Margee Bright Ragland*, Carol Brookes*, Jennifer Cawley*, Rene Culler*, Gina Dabrowski, Lynn Dau*, Cat Del Buono*, Sherri Denault*, Debra Dobkin, Hope Esser*, Hope Esser*, Danielle Eubank, Jean Fernandes*, Helen Geglio*, Jill Gewirtz, Lea Goldman, Janice Gossman, Karen Gutfreund, Lucy Julia Hale, Lucy Julia Hale, Laurie Hall*, Kelly Hammargren, Susan Harmon, Maxine Hess, Karen Hillier, Beth Holmes*, Martha Markline Hopkins*, Melanie Houghton, Hilla Hueber*, Veronica Jaeger, Cathy Kapica, Marky Kauffmann, Lisa Knoop*, Ronni Komarow, Lily Lihting Li Kostrzewa, Beth Lakamp*, Judy Langston*, Lee Lee*, Marielena Leon, Chandrika Marla*, Hildy Maze*, Hildy Maze*, Karlene McConnell, Kelsey McDonnell, Penny McElroy*, BettyAnn Mocek, Sandra Mueller*, Jennifer Murray*, Janice Nesser, Mary Neubauer, Brenda Oelbaum*, Gail Panske, Joann Perry*, Corinne D. Peterson*, Laura Petrovich-Cheney*, Laura Phelps Rogers*, Amy Pleasant, Gwendolyn Plunkett*, Carol Quint, Shilo Ratner, Lynda A. N. Reyes, Ann Rowles*, Ellen Schillace*, Sandhi Schimmel Gold, Sally Schluter Tardella, Carol Scott*, Ruth Segaloff, Janna Stern, Gail Stouffer*, Patricia Terrell-O’Neal*, Leigh Toldi, Cynthia Tom*, Virginia Tyler, Jeane Vogel*, Janet Frazee Wade*, Elizabeth Wallace*, Deborah Wheeler, Joyce Wynes, Nancy Youdelman*, and Patricia Zalisko.
The Women’s Caucus for Art is pleased to announce the artists to be included in the“Identity” exhibiton to be held at gallery nine5, 24 Spring Street in NYC, opening on May 31, 2014.
Juried by: Anne Swartz and Maria Elena Buszek.
Exhibition Director: Karen Gutfreund.
Link to online gallery (catalog): http://issuu.com/karengutfreund/docs/identity_catalog_for_issuu
In a world dominated by pop culture, society and the media—how is identity defined? Identity showcases subversive and enticing contemporary artworks in all media that address female identity, elicit a dialogue that honors sexuality and mold the definition of the powerful feminine.
Artists in the Gallery: Shonagh Adelman, Audrey Chan, Sally Edelstein, Claire Joyce, Lauren Kalman, Beth Lakamp, Jessica Lichtenstein, Jessica Maria Manley, Meghan Mantia and Leone Reeves, Sarah Maple, Ellen Deitell Newman, Samantha Persons, Xian Mei QIu, Jennifer Reeder, Phyllis Rosser, Sonal Shah, Erin Sparler, Joanne Ungar, Cristina Velazquez, and Meghan Willis.
Artists in the Online Gallery and Catalog: Issa Abou-Issa, Robin Adsit, Alicia Aldama, Jane Bennett, Margee Bright Ragland, Barbara Butkus, Donna Catanzaro, Audrey Chan, Abigail Chance, Orly Cogan, Ceci Cole Mcinturff, Judy Cooper, Alex Curtiss, Amanda Dandeneau, Sally Deskins, Barbara Dorchen, Francoise Duresse, Merrilyn Duzy, Eileen Fitz-Faulkner, Marcia Freedman, Linda Friedman Schmidt, Veronique Gamiber, Lucy Julia Hale, Gwen Hardie, Mia Tarducci Henry, Erin Hinz, Karen Hymer, Deborah Justice, Lily Lihting Li Kostrzewa, Sarah Lapp, Georgia Lassner, Tasha Lewis, Shandler Manju, Megan Mantia, Sarah Maple, Diane Messinger, Tanya Nolan, Jessica Parker, Samantha Persons, Kristine Poole, Joanna Posa, Brittany Prater, Saba Qizilbash, Jennifer Reeder, Leone Anne Reeves, Stacy Rexrode, Holly Knox Rhame, Launa D. Romoff, Phyllis Rosser, Samantha Senack, Sharon Shapiro, Dani Shirtcliff, Rebekah Tarin, Lisa Turngren, Candace Whittemore, Tammy Jo Wilson, Diane Zeeuw, and Erin Zerbe.
Stories We Tell
Stories We Tell at the Phoenix Gallery, New York City from Sept 4–28, 2013.
Juror: Jessica Porter, Owner, Porter Contemporary
Director: Karen Gutfreund
Download the Exhibition Catalog PDF National Juried Exhibition, presented by the Women’s Caucus for Art at the Phoenix Gallery, New York City from September 4 to 28, 2013 with Jessica Porter, Owner, Porter Contemporary as juror. “Stories We Tell” is an exhibition that portrays the rich tradition of visual storytelling through women’s voices using visual narratives to make sense of our world and to share that understanding with others. The works range from the activist to abstract, with artwork that addresses aesthetic, political, and philosophical perspectives of stories that are political, contemporary interpretation of an ancient myths, or based on personal and family stories. Jessica Porter chose 45 works to be shown in the Phoenix Gallery and an additional 267 featured in the catalog.
Artists in Gallery: Elaine Alibrandi, Jocelyn Braxton Armstrong, Margee Bright Ragland, Rosamond Casey, Donna Catanzaro, Sherri Cornett, Deborah Davis, Cara DeAngelis, Joan Clair Di Stefano, Laura Elkins, Maryann Ficker, Francesca Fiore, Suvan Geer, Ruth Geneslaw, Karen Gutfreund, Elana Hagler, Maki Hajikano, Maxine Hess, Youngsheen Jhe, Jude Lang, Amy Larsen, Christine McKee, Lilianne Milgrom, Kelly Nelson, jeanie Neyer, Miwako NIshizawa, Priscilla Otani, Roxanne Phillips, Polina Reisman, Jessie Rose, Jane Rosemont, Trix Rosen, Cecilia Rossey, Rachel Rotenberg, Sondra Schwetman, Samantha Senack, Sandy Smith-Garces, Erika Swinson, Patricia Terrell-O’Neal, Nette Thomas, Diana Tremaine, Danielle Tworek, Anna Valdez, Dacey Villarreal, Marie Winn.
Artists in Catalog: Artists in Catalog: Aleta Aaron, Annie F. Adams, Elizabeth Addison, Elif Akcali, Patti Akesson, Robyn Alatorre, Robyn Alatorre, Elaine Alibrandi, Elaine Alibrandi, Elaine Alibrandi, Suzanne Anan, Susan Weir Ancker, linda andrei, Salma Arastu, Bonnie Askowitz, Robin Atlas, Michelle Bablitz, Seda Bagdasarian, Seda Bagdasarian, Seda Bagdasarian, Teela Banker, Sharon Barnes, Jessica Barness, Ulla Barr, Grace Bartlett, Joanne Beaule Ruggles, Joy Becker, Diana Behl, Andrea Beizer, Jane Bennett, Gaby Berglund Cardenas, Marie Bergstedt, Alli Berman, Lauren Bettini, Suzanne Beutler, Linda Bigness, Leslie Blackford, Maggie Blevins, Christie Blizard, Katie Borcz, Estela Boudreau, Revital Brandes, Diana Bresson, Margee Bright Ragland, Allison Brown, Andrea Broyles, Belinda Bryce, Jane Caminos, Laura Cerf-Dahl, Christine Cha, Lisa Charde, Jasmine Chen, Mary Coss, Melody Croft, Nancy Current, Debra Dake-Morrell, Lynn Dau, Mary Lou Dauray, Amy Delahunty, Sally Deskins, Liz Dodson, Betsyann Duval, Sally Edelstein, Elizabeth Ehrlichman, Anki Elbaz, Paula Estey, Linda Everson, Chloe Feldman Emison, Kristin Flanagan, Sara Frankel, Ellen Freyer, Karen Friedland, Stephanie Funke, Dorothy Gager, Margaret Gallegos, Dona Geib, Judy Gelles, Jill Gewirtz, Christine Giancola, Marguerite Gilligan, Nikki Giraffo, Janet Glatz, Margaret Gohn, Suzanne Gonsalez-Smith, Laurie Goodhart, C.J. Grossman, Livia Gus, Karen Gutfreund, Lucy Julia Hale, Laurie Hall, Veronica Hallock, Mary Hamill, kelly hammargren, Andrea Harris, Erica Hart, Trudi Chamoff Hauptman, Emma Hendry, Sara Higger, Catherine Higgins, Olga Hiiva, Olga Hiiva, Janet Hiller, Dianne Hodack, Deena Hodson, Dianne Hoffman, Roxane Hollosi, Martha Markline Hopkins, Jan Hoy, Laura Huaracha, Sandra Hunter, Birgit Huttemann-Holz, Stacy Isenbarger, Patricia Izzo, Lahib Jaddo, Veronica Jaeger, catherine jennings, Krista Jiannacopoulos, Joan Wheeler, Cynthia Farrell Johnson, Ann Johnston-Schuster, Shaqe Kalaj, Ruth Kalla Ungerer, Sue Katz, Carole Richard Kaufmann, Masha Keating, Nancy Kells, Ludmila Ketslakh, Rachel Kim, Caroline Knopf, Masami Koshikawa, Michele Krauss, Eileen Kressel, Eileen Kressel, Eileen Kressel, Beth Lakamp, Casey Lard, Noreen Larinde, Barbara Laube, sandra lauterbach, Lee Lee, Virginia Lee, Sharon Leong, Rona Lesser, K.A. Letts, Alice Levinson, Helen Lowery, Chalda Maloff, Sanda Manuila, Karen Mason, Marthann Masterson, Barbara Mathis, Sandra Matthews, Hildy Maze, Hildy Maze, Penny McElroy, Marie-Louise McHugh, Monika Meler, Susan Melly, Dorandy Mercado, Erika Meriaux, Diane Messinger, Teddy Milder, Jennifer Moore, Maria Morabito, Carol Morris, Janet Morrow, Betsy Mortenson, Kat Moser, Indrani Nayar-Gall, Emily Nelms, Kelly Nelson, Janice Nesser, Martha Nicholson, petrea noyes, Beth Olds, Dale Osterle, Pat Owoc, Victoria Pacimeo, Victoria Pacimeo, Lucille Pack, Monica Palacios, suh park, Camille Pendleton, Gabrielle Pescador, Bonnie Peterson, Amy Pleasant, Marcy Pope, Liz Pozen, Evelyn Ramos, Gina Randazzo, Barbara Reid, GG Reid, Cindy Renteria, Sinan Revell, Sinan Revell, Lynda A, N. Reyes, Kristin Richards, Maria Rodriguez, Launa D. Romoff, Flora Rosefsky, Nicole Rubio, Kristi Ryba, Dixie Salazar, Loredana Sangiuliano, patricia schappler, Sally Schluter, Rima Schulkind, Sondra Schwetman, Carol Scott, Ruth Segaloff, Tania Sen, Negin Sharifzadeh, Ruth Petersen Shorer, Ruth Petersen Shorer, Charlotte Shroyer, Marlene Siff, Lidia Simeonova, Harriet Slaughter, Bonnie J. Smith, Sandy Smith-Garces, Sandy Smith-Garces, Gail Smuda, Arlene Sokolow, simone spicer, Tamara Staser-Meltzer, Priscilla Steele, Lisa Steiner, Ann Storc, Gail Stouffer, Gail Stouffer, Bonita Tabakin, Carol Taylor-Kearney, Jennifer Tilley, Jennifer Tilley, Ginger Tolonen, Jennifer Vazquez, Margaret Rose Vendryes, Rosa Vera, Shirley Verrette, Judy Gale Victor, Dominique Vitali, Jeane Vogel, Susan von Gries, Marilyn Walter, Teresa Wang, Marydorsey Wanless, Lindsey Warren, Kathy Weaver, Jennifer Weigel, Lea Weinberg, Joyce Ellen Weinstein, Margi Weir, Tamara White, Marcia Wood Mertinooke, Juanita Wyatt, Joyce Wynes, Patricia Zalisko, Dara Herman Zierlein.
Bound at the Phoenix Gallery, New York City from Jan 30–Feb 23, 2013
Juror: Cora Rosevear, Associate Curator of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
Director: Karen Gutfreund National Juried Exhibition, presented by the Women’s Caucus for Art at the Phoenix Gallery, New York City from January 30 to February 23, 2013 with Cora Rosevear, Associate Curator of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art as juror. With our prospectus for we asked for work on multiple expressions of “Bound”, that could range from literal to poetic, abstract to representational, and psychological to social and political commentary. We sought to show work that explores the concepts of bound and borders—be they internal, external, constructed, imagined, imposed, or embraced and how boundaries define and shape our identities, relationships, ideas and politics. Cora Rosevear chose 140 artists for Boundwith 25 works in the Phoenix Gallery and an additional 118 featured in the catalog.
Artists in Gallery: MGP Andersen, Katherine Armacost, Maria Barbachano, Barbara Boissevain, Yvette Dede, Vanessa Diaz, Lauren Evans, Karen Gutfreund, Martha Markline Hopkins, Jan Hoy, Kristin Kyono, Beverly Mills, Patty Neal, Diane Pepe, Jane Peterman, Nora Raggio, Lynda A. N. Reyes, Nicole Rubio, Centa Schumacher, Soo Shin, Deborah Silver, Gail Stouffer, Sally Schluter Tardella, Joyce Ellen Weinstein and Guerrilla Gowns.
Artists in Catalog: Olga Alexander, Dara Alter, Suzanne Anan, Joan Arbeiter, Temme Barkin-Leeds, Mariona Barkus, Mariana Barnes, Aileen Bassis, Jacqueline Bennett, Lauren Bettini, Suzanne Beutler, Kelly Blevins, Andrea Broyles, Corliss Chastain, Kieran collins, Jeannine Cook, Marcia Cooper, Lauren Cross, debra Dake-Morrell, Lynn Dau, Mary Lou Dauray, Deborah Davis, Sherri Denaultand Margie Glass Sula, Laura Di Piazza, Debra Dobkin, Jennifer Dunlap, Emily Dvorin, Lauren Evans, Catherine Evans, Jennifer Ewing, Jada Fabrizio, Linda King Ferguson, Dyanne Fiorucci, Ellen Freyer, Sara Friedlander, Chiara Galimberti, Margaret ‘Margo’ Garces, Jenne Giles, Marguerite Gilligan, Laine Godsey, Janice Gossman, kath greco, kelly hammargren, Teresa Harris, Tehniyet Hussain, Bara Jichova, Joy Johnson, Robin M Jordan, Joanna Kidd, Jappie King Black, JUdith Kornett, Bernice Sokol Kramer, Diana Krevsky, Linda Kunik, Olga Lah, Beth Lakamp, Elizabeth Larrabee, Laurel Lee, Laurel Lee, Linda Levinson, Elizabeth Lind, Harriet Livathinos, Aline Lotter, Sarah Lubin, Virginia Maksymowicz, Karlene McConnell, Kelsey McDonnell, Allison McElroy, Elizabeth Mesa-Gaido, Jennifer Mondfrans, Tae Nelson, Jean Nerenberg, Martha Nicholson, Peggy Nino, Michele Noiset, Tanya Nolan, Taryn O’Reilly, Mervi Pakaste, Bhanu Palam, Margaret Parker, Kate Paul, Nancy Peach, Laura Petrovich-Cheney, jane pettit, Roxanne Phillips, jean plough, Lorena Pugh, Lauren Rago, Ana Vizcarra Rankin, Jenny Rappaport, Wen Redmond, Launa D. Romoff, Katie Samuelson, Ellen Schillace, Sharon Shapiro, Marlene Siff, Pauline Silberman, Amy Siqveland, Madelyn Smoak, B.Avery Syrig, Lynne Todaro, Jill Torberson, Shirley Verrette, Jeane Vogel, Jeane Vogel, Susan von Gries, Jenny Walker, Mona Waterhouse, Mia Weiner, Ingrid Wells, Candace Whittemore, Tammy Jo Wilson, Sheila Winner, Joo Yeon Woo, Mars Woodhill, Vera Ximenes, Nancy Youdelman, Helen Zajkowski.
Honoring Women’s Rights: Visual Voices Together
Honoring Women’s Rights at the National Steinbeck Center, Salinas, California from Sept 7, 2012–Jan 6, 2013. Jurors: Dr. Joyce Aiken en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joyce_Aiken
Dr. Ruth Weisberg www.cla.purdue.edu/waaw/ressler/artists/weisbergstat.html
Patricia Rodriguez www.patriciarodriguezarts.com/texts/cv/text/cv_s2005.htm
Director: Karen Gutfreund We asked for artwork that examines and explores the social, political and economic issues related to women’s activism. Historically, women have played a central role in the struggle for Civil Rights, yet their voices and experiences are generally ignored. We proposed an exhibition as a means of visually interpreting the struggle for women’s rights. By promoting and striving for protection and actualization of women’s rights, we are paving a path for a stronger and fuller civil and personal life, empowering ourselves and those who follow us. Our jurors chose 94 artists with 108 works to be exhibited at the museum.
Artists in Show:Aleta Aaron, Suzanne Anan, Jill Andre, salma arastu, Seda Baghdasarian, Ulla Barr, Tessie Barrera-Scharaga, Stephanie Beard, Joanne Beaule Ruggles, Deanna Beye, Marie Bezjian, Jennifer Bloomer, Melody Brown, Tracy Brown, Donna Catanzaro, Vanessa Chappelear, Christine Cianci, Sherri Cornett, Linda Rae Coughlin, Rose Anne Critchfield, Debra Dake-Morrell, Janet E. Dandridge, Lynn Dau, Anahi DeCanio, Debra Dobkin, Sally Edelstein, Anita Feng, Christine Fogel, Christine Giancola, Guerrilla Gowns, Karen Gutfreund, C Hamelin, Sharon Harper, Andrea Harris, Patter Hellstrom, Patricia Hulin, Patricia Izzo, Lahib Jaddo, Elaine Jason, Joy Johnson, Judy Johnson-Williams, Jamy Kahn, Linda Pearlman Karlsberg, Flavia (FIFA) Krasilchik, Olga Lah, Lu Lee, Terri Lloyd, Nalyne Lunati, Monica Lundy, Susan Mathenge, Kelsey McDonnell, Linda McCune, Barbara McIntyre, Erika Meriaux, Sheila Metcalf Tobin, Jennifer Mondfrans, Sandra Mueller, Myrrh, Melissa Nelson, Janice Nesser, Mary O’Brien, Colleen O’Donnell, Patrushka, Jane Peterman, Bonnie Peterson, Roxanne Phillips, Lynda A, N. Reyes, Heather Rios, Launa D. Romoff, Trix Rosen, Nicole Rubio, Dixie Salazar, Jodi Schulz, Rose Selllery, Judy Shintani, Cynthia Siegel, Marlene Siff, Bonnie J. Smith, Elizabeth Sowell-Zak, Olga Stamatiou, Rebecca Stern, Deborah Mills Thackrey, Lynne Todaro, Orlonda Uffre, Orlonda Uffre, Cristina Velazquez, Silvia Wagensberg, Annette Wagner, Tamara White, Tammy Jo Wilson, Marian Yap, Nancy Youdelman.
Petroleum Paradox: For Better or For Worse
Petroleum Paradox at Denise Bibro Fine Art, NYC, May 24 – June 23, 2012.
Juror: Eleanor Heartney, Contributing Editor of Art in America and art press
Directors: Karen Gutfreund, Marcia Annenberg
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With our prospectus for Petroleum Paradox: For Better or For Worse, we asked for works that stir emotions, discussion and debate about our petroleum-dependent world. Examples include, but were not limited to, works that address the impact of collecting, processing and delivering fossil fuel on the environment; global warming; the power of big oil companies to control countries and governments; an imagined life without fossil fuel; and life forms that were the origins of fossil fuel. This exhibition manifests the artists response to the Petroleum Paradox and what is happening in our oil dependent society and world. Eleanor Heartney chose 72 artists for Petroleum Paradox with 31 works in the gallery and an additional 43 featured in the catalog. The entire show traveled to the Narrows Art Center, Fall River, MA from April 06, 2013 – May 18, 2013.
Artists in show: Elaine Alibrandi, Scott Anderson, Marcia Annenberg, Krisanne Baker, Ulla Barr, Kristen Baumlier, Cheryl Bookout, Paul Bouchard, Tracy Brown, Lois Bryant, Allegra Burke, Donna Catanzaro, Rachel Clark, Janet Culbertson, Michael D’Antuono, Derek Decker, Sherri Denault and Margie Sula Glass, Liz Dodson, Alice Dubiel, Sally Edelstein, Johnny Everyman, Trish Foschi, Pam Foss, Terri Garland, Catherine Gilbert, Carla Goldberg, Maeve Grogan, Livia Gus, Karen Gutfreund, Andrew Hamill, Aimee Hertog, Suzanne Hodes, Roxane Hollosi, Shelah Horvitz, Patti Jordan, Robin M Jordan, Vesna Jovanovic, Noreen Larinde, Amy Larsen, Molly Magai, Paho Mann, Brandi Merolla, Barbara Milman, Mitzi Mize, Andrea Morganstern, Sandra Mueller, Rosa Naparstek, Patty Neal, Rob Neilson, Lynnda Pardoe, Bonnie Peterson, Sara Petitt, Roxanne Phillips, Stefani Rossi, Soledad Salame, Loredana Sangiuliano, Samuel Scharf, Debbie Schore, Manju Shandler, Lynnette Shelley, Katherine Sifers, Simone Spicer, Simone Spicer, Greg Stange, Deborah Mills Thackrey, Linnea Tober, Lucy Traeger, Michelle Waters, Margi Weir, Jenifer Wightman, Roscoe Wilson, Helen Zajkowski, Patrcia Zalisko.
Momentum, 40th Anniversary Exhibition at Los Angeles Art Association, Gallery 825 from Feb 17- Mar 2, 2012. Juror: Rita Gonzalez, Associate Curator Contemporary Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Director: Karen Gutfreund Momentum presents the art and ideas of contemporary women artists. Artists were invited to explore the idea of Momentum, in an array of media, with the theme broadly interpreted from an activist, political or personal context; to reflect on struggles and accomplishments and to portray how this inspires their work and momentum in moving ahead. Rita Gonzalez chose 97 women artists for Momentum with 52 works in Gallery 825 and an additional 56 featured in the catalog.
Artists in Gallery: Robin Adsit, Zina Al-Shukri, Bonnie Askowitz, Amy Boger, Jodi Bonassi, Tracy Brown, Michele Colburn, Gina Dabrowski, Mary Lou Dauray, Michelle de la Vega, Cat Del Buono, Tracy Featherstone, Marie Fox, Judy Gelles, Ashley Gibbons, Susan C Gregory, Anitra Haendel, Kate Hampel, Paula Henderson, Stacy Isenbarger, judy johnson-williams, dorian katz, Joanna Kidd, Olga Lah, Pat Lay, Li ‘n Lee, Lynn Letterman, Carol Levine, J. J. L’Heureux, Marilyn Lowey, Li Ma, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Dionne Victoria Milton, Sarah Miska, Julie Nauman-Mikulski, Margaret Parker, Jana Perez, Marcy Pope, Nora Raggio, Shilo Ratner, Trix Rosen, Gabriela Sincich, Bonnie J. Smith, Elizabeth Snipes, Millee Tibbs, Patricia Tinajero, Linda Vallejo, Margi Weir, Essi Zimm.
Artists in Catalog: Nancy Abeles, Salma Arastu, Joan Arbeiter, Andrea Borsuk, Andrea Broyles, Barbara Bruch, Barbara Bruch, Donna Catanzaro, ching ching cheng, Elise Cheval, Judy Cooper, Linda Rae Coughlin, Joyce Cutler-Shaw, Eleanor Dickinson, Pamela Dodds, Alice Dubiel, Merrilyn Duzy, Trish Foschi, Gina Genis, C.J. Grossman, Emanuela Harris-Sintamarian, Barbara Horiuchi, Rachael Jablo, Sandra Klein, Wendy Kveck, Beth Lakamp, Joan Laughlin, Jacalyn Lopez Garcia, Mary March, Karen Mathews, Chanel Matsunami Govreau, Dorothy McGuinness, Katherine McGuire, Janet Morrow, Erika Navarrete Anderson, Janice Nesser, Tanya Nolan, Lesley Patterson-Marx, Stephanie Rococha, Kristine Schomaker, Jennifer Seibert, Dee Shapiro, Sharon Shapiro, Sal Sidner, Reva Solomon, Lucy Traeger, Marydorsey Wanless, Nancy Youdelman.
Man as Object: Reversing the Gaze
“Man as Object: Reversing the Gaze” at the Kinsey Institute Gallery, University of Indiana, Bloomington, Indiana from April – June 2012 with 40 of the original 117 works chosen for this gallery. Shown at the Kinsey Institute Gallery, University of Indiana, Bloomington, Indiana from April – June 2012 with 40 of the original 117 works chosen for this gallery.
Artists in show: Juliane Backmann, Hazel Bartram-Birchenough, Della Calfee, Nicole Craine, Tristan Crane, Arabella Decker, Merrilyn Duzy, Lynn Friedman, Linda Friedman Schmidt, Lisolette Gilcrest, Karen Gutfreund, Katty Ryan Hoover, Sara Hopkins, Sara Hopkins, Annette Isham, Patricia Izzo, Tammy Kinsey and Jean Kusina, Judy Johnson-Williams, Evie Leder, Sharon Leong, Lynn Elliott Letterman, Sita Mae, Karen Mathews, Jeanette May, Shilo McCabe, Erika Meriaux, Carol Morris, Janice Nesser, Molly Marie Nuzzo, Beth Olds, Priscilla Otani, Xian Mei QIu, Loredana Sangiuliano, Judith Segall, Shizue Seigel, Colette Standish, Erika Swinson, J Toffic, Cristina Velazquez, Ruth Waters, Tamara White, Melissa Wolf, Nanette Wylde, Karen Zack.
“Man as Object: Reversing the Gaze” at SOMArts Cultural Center, San Francisco from November 4 to November 30, 2011 with Tanya Augsburg, Associate Professor SFSU as juror. National Juried Exhibition presented at SOMArts Cultural Center, San Francisco from November 4 to November 30, 2011. Priscilla Otani and I received the SOMArts Commons Curatorial Residency. This exhibition re-envisions gender, society and the politics of exposure. With a gallery filled with men stripped naked, this body of work exposes women’s cheeky, provocative and sometimes shocking commentaries on the opposite sex. The exhibition’s contemporary scope encompasses all the ways that women view Man-as-Object, reversing the traditional view of male artists objectifying women. Its diverse perspectives on masculinity come from straight, transsexual, transgender, lesbian and multi-cultural artists through a spectrum of media, from paintings to sculpture, installations to performance, video to social media. Tanya Augsburg, Associate Professor SFSU chose 108 works by 105 artists in the gallery and an additional 89 artists in this catalog with 12 invited featured artists and their work. Exhibition http://manasobject.weebly.com/ and YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f98DHxOnfWI Featured Artists: Juana Alicia, Nancy Buchanan, Guerrilla Girls On Tour!, Lynn Hershman, Jill O’Bryan, ORLAN, Carolee Schneemann, Sylvia Sleigh, Annie Sprinkle, Elizabeth Stephens, May Wilson, Melissa P. Wolf
Artists in Gallery: Mel Ahlborn, Roberta Ahrens, Olga Alexander, Zina Al-Shukri, Juliane Backmann, Hazel Bartram-Birchenough, Joanne Beaule Ruggles, Jasmine Begeske, Tracy Brown, Della Calfee, Brie Castell, Christine Cianci, Katie Commodore, Nicole Craine, Tristan Crane, Arabella Decker, Liz Dodson, Betsyann Duval, Merrilyn Duzy, Lynn Friedman, Linda Friedman Schmidt, Michal Gavish, Judy Gelles, Ingeborg Gerdes, Christine Giancola, Lisolette Gilcrest, Rosemary Giusti Dillon, Pallavi Govindnathan, Corinne Greenberg, Gail Gurman, Laura Hartford, Trudi Chamoff Hauptman, Marlene Hawthrone Thomas, Katty Ryan Hoover, Aisjah Hopkins, Annette Isham, Patricia Izzo, Lahib Jaddo, Judy Johnson-Williams, Christy Kelly-Bentgen, Ellen Kieffer, Tammy Kinsey, Karen Lance Klaber, Susan Kraft, Allison Leach, Allison Leach, Allison Leach, Lee Lee, Sharon Leong, Lynn Letterman, Amelia Lewis, Lory Lockwood, Michelle Lopez, Jacalyn Lopez Garcia, So Yoon Lym, Cat Lynch, Sita Mae, Kristina Martino, Karen Mathews, Jeanette May, Kristine Mays, Shilo McCabe, Erika Meriaux, Carol Morris, Janice Nesser, Molly Marie Nuzzo, Molly Marie Nuzzo, Colleen O’Donnell, Brenda Oelbaum, Beth Olds, Priscilla Otani, Arla Patch, Heather Pilapil, Karen Purdy, Xian Mei QIu, Nora Raggio, Lynda A. N. Reyes, Judith Roth, Clara Saprasa, Judith Segall, Shizue Seigel, Sal Sidner, Bonnie J. Smith, Priscilla Smith, Madelyn Smoak, Colette Standish, Erika Swinson, Yuriko Takata, Patricia Terrell-O’Neal, Lynne Todaro, J Toffic, Cristina Velazquez, Christina Renfer Vogel, Susan von Gries, Theresa Walloga, Ruth Waters, Jennifer Weigel, Corinne Whitaker, Tamara White, Sheila Winner, Nanette Wylde, Emily Yost, Karen Zack.
Artists in Catalog: Leslie Aguillard, Mel Ahlborn, Roberta Ahrens, Olga Alexander, Sharon Allicotti, Zina Al-Shukri, Carolyn Applegate, Juliane Backmann, Hazel Bartram-Birchenough, Joanne Beaule Ruggles, Jasmine Begeske, Erica Bendickson, Susan Bennett, A Binghamfreeman, Erika Brooks, Tracy Brown, Reena Burton, Della Calfee, Brie Castell, Claudia Chapline, Yuling Chuang, Christine Cianci, Janie Cohen, Katie Commodore, Nicole Craine, Tristan Crane, Tristan Crane, Arabella Decker, Deena des Rioux, Rosemary Giusti Dillon, Liz Dodson, Eileen Downes, Betsyann Duval, Merrilyn Duzy, Fran Eber, Roya Farassat, Sheila Finnigan, Lin Fischer, Eileen Fitz-Faulkner, Julie Fournier, Sandy Frank, Lynn Friedman, Linda Friedman Schmidt, Margaret ‘Margo’ Garces, Michal Gavish, Judy Gelles, Ingeborg Gerdes, Christine Giancola, Lisolette Gilcrest, Sarah Beth Goncarova, Pallavi Govindnathan, Chanel Matsunami Govreau, Corinne Greenberg, Gail Gurman, Karen Gutfreund, Tania Hammidi, Valerie Hallier, Sharon Hart, Laura Hartford, Trudi Chamoff Hauptman, L idia Hasenauer, Marlene Hawthrone Thomas, Deena Haynes, Karen Henninger, Katty Ryan Hoover, Hedda Hope, Aisjah Hopkins, Sara Hopkins, Cynthia Horn, Tedda Hughes, Birgit Huttemann-Holz, Annette Isham, Patricia Izzo, Lahib Jaddo, Ellen Jantzen, Annelise Jarvis-Hansen, Elaine Jason, Tammy Kinsey & Jean Kusina, Judy Johnson-Williams, Tamarra Kaida, Ashley Kauschinger, Christy Kelly-Bentgen, Elizabeth Kendall, Ellen Kieffer, Karen Lance Klaber, Corlia Kock, Susan Kraft, Diana Krevsky, Beth Lakamp, Sarah Lapp, Lark, Allison Leach, Evie Leder, Lee Lee, Sharon Leong, Lynn Elliott Letterman, Amelia Lewis, Lory Lockwood, Kelsey Livingston, Michelle Lopez, Jacalyn Lopez Garcia, So Yoon Lym, Cat Lynch, Sita Mae, Kelsi Mannhalter, China Marks, Louise Maloof, Kristina Martino, Karen Mathews, Jeanette May, Kristine Mays, Shilo McCabe, Alysanne McGaffey, Harrigan McMahon Bowman, Erika Meriaux, Carol Morris, Amy-Elyse Neer, Jill Nonnemacher, Barbara Neri, Janice Nesser, Nancy Netherland, Molly Marie Nuzzo, Brenda Oelbaum, Beth Olds, Colleen O’Donnell, Priscilla Otani, Jacki Orr, Arla Patch, Nancy Peach, Rachael Perisho, Heather Pilapil, Karen Purdy, Xian Mei QIu, Patricia Quilichini, Nora Raggio, Cherie M Redlinger, Lynda A. N. Reyes, Trix Rosen, Judith Roth, Laura Rusnak, Carla Sanders, Loredana Sangiuliano, Clara Saprasa, Elinore Schnurr, Centa Schumacher, Judith Segall, Shizue Seigel, Sal Sidner, Sarah Sipling, Bonnie J. Smith, Priscilla Smith, Madelyn Smoak, Jenny Snyder, Julie Snyder, Elizabeth Sowell-Zak, Susan Spaniol, Colette Standish, Julie Sutherland, Erika Swinson, Yuriko Takata, Lani Tanaka, Patricia Terrell-O’Neal, Deborah Mills Thackrey, RoByn Thompson, Lynne Todaro, Linnea Tober, J Toffic, Mette Tommerup, Cristina Velazquez, Christina Renfer Vogel, Susan von Gries, Alexandra Walker, Theresa Walloga, Ruth Waters, Jennifer Weigel, Susan Weisberg, Rachel Weissberger, Carolyn Weltman, Ellen West, Corinne Whitaker, Tamara White, Melissa Wilkinson, Sheila Winner, Kathryn Wood, Carol Witten, Jan Wurm, Jenny Wrenn, Nanette Wylde, Marian Yap, Kathleen Yorba, Emily Yost, Karen Zack, Lucia Znamirowski.
“Control” at Ceres Gallery in NYC, in February 2011.
Jurors: Guerilla Girls West
Director:Karen Gutfreund A juried exhibition of California women artists by the Guerilla Girls West shown at the Ceres Gallery, NYC in February 2011.
Artists in show: Arabella Decker, Eleanor Dickinson, Cosette Dudley, Yvonne Escalante, Angela Fortain, Cynthia Grilli, Karen Gutfreund, Elaine Jason, JudyJohnson-Williams, Louise Maloof, Yoko Mazzam Kim McCool Nelson, Joanne Beaule Ruggles, Centa Schumacher, Caroline Seckinger, Leigh Toldi, Ruth Waters, Corinne Whitaker, Tamara White.
“Hidden Cities” at the New Century Artists Gallery in New York City from Feb1 to Feb12, 2011.
Juror: Lisa Phillips, Toby Devan Lewis Director, New Museum of Contemporary Art
Director: Karen Gutfreund National Juried Exhibition presented by the Women’s Caucus for Art at the New Century Artists Gallery in New York City from February 1 to February 12, 2011 with Lisa Phillips, Toby Devan Lewis Director, New Museum of Contemporary Art as juror. Artists were invited to explore their idea of their Hidden City, real or imagined, in an array of media, with the theme broadly interpreted from an activist, political or personal context. No matter our place in society, we all have our Hidden City, a place of refuge from gender, race, class and sexual exclusions, a place that shapes the feminist viewpoint. Some cities, like wrapped boxes, conceal unexpected gifts, others are riddles and lyrical abstractions. These are performative spaces where we may imagine retribution for injustices, righting wrongs or conversely, delving into the dark side. Lisa Philips chose 30 works for the gallery and an additional 18 for the catalog.
Artists in Gallery: Sally Grizzell Larson, Kia Mercedes Carscallen, Beth Olds, Elizabeth Riley, Beth Barron, Beth Lakamp, Carol LaFayette, Caroline Bagenal, Crystal Yachin Lee, Ellen Lowenstein, Grace Gray-Adams, Gwen Wock, Karen Gutfreund, Katherine Perryman, Linda McCune, Linda Stillman, Linda Stillman, M. Chava Evans, Margaret Parker, Marie Cenkner, Priscilla Otani, Rachel Kowalik, RUBYSPAM, So Yoon Lym, Tracy Ferry, Vadis Turner, Vera Ximenes. Artists in Catalog: Anne Dushanko Dobek, Christine Giancola, Claudia Sbrissa, Colleen ODonnell, Crystal Yachin Lee, Jackie Branson, Jessica Cooper, Katy Chmura, Launa D. Romoff, Liubov Brizhatiuk, Melisa Phillips, Nancy Youdelman, Sally Edelstein, Sarah Bielski, Sherri Cornett, Theresa Rock, Whitney Wood.
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