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UNPOLSIHED, A feminist art exhibition

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Edibile Incredible Video Still © Erika Dean
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Boxing, 2009 Video/performance
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Go Girl! Freeze Those Eggs, 2008 Resin, Glass
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Burqua Cabaret, 2007 Peroformance
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I am Butterface, 2009
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Untitled, 2009 Lithograph
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Edible Incredible, 2007 Video/performance
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Always Greener, 2009 Photograph
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Always Greener, 2009 Photograph
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Untitled Silver Gelatin Print
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Untitled Silver Gelatin Print
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Untitled Silver Gelatin Print
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Untitled Silver Gelatin Print
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Layers Video/performance
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© Forrest Solis
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© Diana Calderon
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Video © Chloe Palmer
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Natural History © Mary Neubauer
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© Jessica Dolence
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© Jessica Dolence
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Imprints © Mary Meyer
UNPOLSIHED, A feminist art exhibition

1105 North West Grand Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85007
December 1st, 2009 - December 18th, 2009
Opening: December 4th, 2009 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
COUNTRY:  
United States
PHONE:  
(602) 920-7560
TAGS:  
photography, mixed-media, digital, installation, video-art, performance, conceptual, figurative, sculpture
COST:  
free

DESCRIPTION

"Unpolished," an exhibition of feminist work by Phoenix artists. In 2007, galleries and museums across the country undertook a major reexamination of feminist art with exhibitions like MOCA LA's "Wack: Art and the Feminist Revolution" and "Global Feminisms" at the Brooklyn Museum. These major exhibitions demonstrated that the feminist art movement is among the most influential developments in post-war art, and furthermore that it has undergone continual development since its inception in the1960's. What is the legacy of this tradition for local living artists? What does feminist art look like in the 21st century? These are questions our artists answered for this exhibition. We invite you all to attend.