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Exhibition Detail
Backlash: On Women's Basic Rights and Freedoms
Curated by: Jenn Dierdorf
547 West 27th Street
Suite 301
New York, NY 10001


July 17th, 2012 - August 11th, 2012
Opening: 
July 19th, 2012 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
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Phoenix Again, Benno je\'NIBenno je'NI, Phoenix Again,
2010, Digital Photography, 27 x 19 in.
© © Benno je'NI 2012
Anxiety, Elizabeth Sowell-ZakElizabeth Sowell-Zak, Anxiety,
March 2012, oil on canvas, 20" h x 24'w
© march 2012
Untitled, Olga AlexanderOlga Alexander, Untitled,
2011, Acrylic on Masonite with ink, 29"x29
© copyright of the artist
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An exhibition addressing the current political climate towards women. 

BACKLASH 2012

Perhaps, this 21st century war on women should not come as a surprise. When I joined Ms. magazine in 1972, cofounder  Gloria Steinem gave me a head’s up.  “This is the oldest revolution, “ she said of the magazine’s mission to advocate for women’s equality.  Indeed, after centuries of struggle and a recent wave of consciousness and legal advances, American women are again in the hole.

–Harriet Lyons, former editor at Ms. magazine

 

An exhibition addressing the current political climate towards women.

APPLY ONLINE BY JUNE 29 ST, MIDNIGHT

 

ALL ENTRIES THAT FIT WITHIN THE REQUIREMENTS AND THEME OF THE EXHIBITION WILL BE ACCEPTED

 

http://soho20gallery.com/backlash-2012/

 

In response to the increasing tension against providing women with basic healthcare needs and the ensuing media restorm, which demonizes women, Soho20 Gallery Chelsea is hosting a venue for outrage.

Backlash is in response to this ‘war on women’s basic rights and freedoms.’ This non-juried exhibition is open to both men and women artists working in all media.

 

THURSDAY JULY 19TH, 6-8PM :

Opening Reception

with a performance by GO! Push Pops

 

SATURDAY JULY 28TH, 2PM

The Snatchel Project: Craft time with an agenda!


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