Dana Schutz

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Flipping the Gaze: How Do Women Artists Look at Men?   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Berenice Abbott, Ellen Altfest, Ghada Amer, Diane Arbus, Gina Beavers, Lynda Benglis, Huma Bhabha, Louise Bourgeois, Katherine Bradford, Cecily Brown, Kathe Burkhart, Lois Dodd, Marlene Dumas, Tracey Emin, Katy Grannan, Grace Graupe-Pillard, EJ Hauser, Celia Hempton, Jenny Holzer, Chantal Joffe, Sarah Lucas, Catherine Murphy, Alice Neel, Catherine Opie, Collier Schorr, Dana Schutz, Joan Semmel, Cindy Sherman, Sylvia Sleigh, Betty Tompkins, Nicole Wittenberg, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye at Cheim & Read June 23rd, 2016 - August 31st, 2016
Posted 8/15/16
In 2009, Cheim & Read hung the provocative group show  Women Look at Women, which showcased women artists taking control of their own images. In an encore presentation this summer, women artists turn their gaze this time toward men, reversing one of art’s most long-standing power structures. The Female Gaze Part II: Women Look at Men brings together work from 32 artists, all utilizing the subject of men, or the male body, as a way to confront, or even turn the tables on the Male Gaze, which... [more]
Representing the Impossible   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Dana Schutz at CFA Mitte November 20th, 2010 - December 18th, 2010
Posted 12/6/10
          Contemporary Fine Arts is pleased to present the exhibition The Last Thing You See with new works by Dana Schutz (*1976 in Livonia, USA). For her latest exhibition, The Last Thing You See, Dana Schutz continues to question painting’s ability to represent the impossible. Working from invented hypothetical situations the protagonists of the paintings are depicted in instances, which result from the confrontation with one’s own subconsciousness. Her recent work deals with... [more]
Heir to the Throne of Picasso?   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Dana Schutz at Zach Feuer Gallery (LFL) March 13th, 2009 - April 25th, 2009
Posted 4/19/09
When the Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan interviewed Dana Schutz for the October 2005 issue of , he asked the question, “Who do you measure yourself against?” Schutz replied, “Picasso, you can always try, right?” One can see this influence in her latest exhibition of new paintings at the Zach Feuer Gallery. Guitar Girl (2009) features both a guitar (common to the Cubist's visual lexicon) and a motif of black holes, one depicted as a pupil, that can also trace back to Picasso, as seen in his... [more]
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