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Exhibition: Mirror Mirror, Newark

Exhibition: Mirror Mirror, Newark

Paul Robeson Galleries (map)

Exhibition: Mirror Mirror

http://artgallery.newark.rutgers.edu/exhibitions/mirror-mirror-2/

"Mirror Mirror is an exhibition and publication featuring contemporary artists whose work could be classified as portraiture (in the broadest sense of the word).  A portrait is most commonly recognized as a likeness of the face, or upper part of the human form.  The artworks challenge dominant paradigms about such things as gender, race, age, societal norms, technology, and beauty."

Exhibition: Half The Picture, Brooklyn

Exhibition: Half The Picture, Brooklyn

Brooklyn Museum (map)

Exhibition: Half The Picture, Brooklyn Museum

“Half the Picture draws its title from a 1989 Guerrilla Girls poster that declares, "You’re seeing less than half the picture without the vision of women artists and artists of color." Spanning almost one hundred years, the exhibition focuses on historical and contemporary work by more than fifty artists who combine message and medium to engage with political and social issues. Often radical and inspiring, these artists advocate for their communities, their beliefs, and their hopes for equality amid popular or state-supported opposition.”

Exhibition: WE DISSENT, New York

Exhibition: WE DISSENT, New York

Cooper Union, 41 Cooper Gallery (map)

Exhibition: WE DISSENT… DESIGN OF THE WOMEN’S MOVEMENT IN NEW YORK

“WE DISSENT… will operate a timely reconsideration of the margins and theoretical frameworks of the women’s movement. The exhibition will present a large diversity of printed matters and artifacts (engravings, logo, posters, flyers, books, brochures, journals, T-shirts, buttons, etc.), created by women artists and designers, from the 1860s to today, at the intersection of feminism and social movements.”

Exhibition: For Freedoms Billboard, Oklahoma City

Exhibition: For Freedoms Billboard, Oklahoma City

For Freedoms (map)

Exhibition: Dear Boss: No Wonder You Don’t Pay Us a Living Wage

For Freedoms Billboard

“For Freedoms is a platform for greater participation in the arts and in civil society. We produce exhibitions, installations, public programs, and billboard campaigns to advocate for inclusive civic participation. Inspired by American artist Norman Rockwell’s paintings of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms (1941)—freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear—For Freedoms Federation uses art to encourage and deepen public explorations of freedom in the 21st century.”

Exhibition: On Protest, Art and Activism, Part 2, Brown University, RI

Exhibition: On Protest, Art and Activism, Part 2, Brown University, RI

David Winton Bell Gallery, List Art Building, Brown University (map)

Exhibition: On Protest, Art and Activism, Part 2

“On Protest, Art and Activism explores differing ways artists engage the political and social issues of their time…. These exhibitions are part of For Freedoms, a non-partisan, nationwide campaign to use art as a means of inspiring civic participation in advance of the 2018 midterm elections.”