Dina Mitrani Gallery is pleased to present Women's Perspectives, opening on Saturday, June 9, 2012 at 7pm and on view through August 24th. Some of the artists that will be included in the exhibition are Amalia Caputo, Vicenta Casañ, Marina Font, Deborah Goldman, Peggy Levison Nolan, and Viviana Zargon.
This group exhibition of international female artists shows photo-based work, where each piece has been conceived as a series. Consisting of three or more images each, they are examples of how multiple perspectives can better describe a concept, story, or narrative. The artworks in the exhibition are groupings that can work as cinematic frame-by-frame in some cases, and in others, as depictions of how fragmentation can complete an idea or visual expression. In these works, whether in the aesthetic compositions or ideological commentary, they are works that contain a particular connotation that show evidence of being created by women.