Exhibition: Is It Still Even Worse in Europe
Exhibition: Not Ready to Make Nice: Guerrilla Girls in the Art World & Beyond
Person of the Crowd: The Contemporary Art of Flânerie
features work by more than 50 international artists who have taken to the street to play detective, make fantastic maps, scavenge and shop for new materials, launch guerrilla campaigns, and make provocative spectacles of themselves to speak to issues as diverse as commodity fetishism, gentrification, gender politics, globalization, racism, and homelessness. The exhibition is on view February 25 through May 22, 2017, and features works, new performances, and historical pieces by Marina Abramović, Vito Acconci, Eleanor Antin, Constant, David Hammons, and Zhang Huan, among many others.
Free admission with reservation!
In conjunction with the closing of Front Room: Guerrilla Girls, hear from one of the legendary Guerrilla Girls artist-activists, Frida Kahlo, in conversation with Senior Curator of Contemporary Art Kristen Hileman. The conversation will reflect on the Guerrilla Girls’ legacy and the importance of the group’s work to expose sexism and racism in the art world, politics, and popular culture. It will consider the merits and challenges of anonymity as an intentional strategy for social change, and examine museums as sites for social and political discourse.
Panel: Women in Today's Art World, Florida
What has changed since 1971 when Linda Nochlin wrote “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists,” and the 1980s when the Guerilla Girls asked “Do women have to be naked to get into the Met Museum?” In celebration of the sixth year of RAW, Recognition of Art by Women, explore these questions with a remarkable panel of artists, gallerists, and other art-world professionals.
FREE ADMISSION, RSVP REQUIRED