Albuquerque, New Mexico – Tamarind Institute announces its first exhibition of 2013, Good in the Kitchen, curated by John Mulvany. The exhibition is on view in the Tamarind Gallery from January 25 – March 14, with public hours Monday through Friday, 9-5. The public is invited to join attendees of the Women and Creativity 2013 conference for a reception on March 8, 2013 from 5-7 in the Tamarind Gallery.
Good in the Kitchen includes prints created at Tamarind over the past thirty years that explore the impact of the women’s movement on both male and female artists. Mulvany has selected imagery of domestic scenes with strong autobiographical content. His intent is to engage the viewer in an open dialogue regarding the artist’s gender and the chosen subject matter, rather than to support any specific feminist theory.
Tamarind Institute, a division of the College of Fine Arts at UNM, is a nonprofit center for fine art lithography that trains master printers and houses a professional collaborative studio for artists. Founded in 1960 in Los Angeles, Tamarind played a significant role in reviving the art of lithography in the United States and continues to provide professional training and creative opportunities to artists. Tamarind Institute is recognized internationally for its contributions to the growth of contemporary printmaking around the world. For more information, call 505-277-3901, email
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