WOMEN'S WORK: CONTEMPORARY WOMEN PRINTMAKERS FROM THE COLLECTIONS OF JORDAN D. SCHNITZER AND HIS FAMILY FOUNDATION
This exhibition presents a broad range of prints from the past 35 years by some of the foremost contemporary women printmakers at work in the United States, Europe, Africa, and Asia. Collectively, the fifty-six prints that comprise the exhibition testify to the innovative breadth and variety of printmaking approaches taken by women since the early 1970s. Women's Work makes known a variety of stylistic formats that address overlapping issues of gender, the body, and personal fantasies of desire, as well as more recent concerns of identity, politics, and the environment.
Often laced with humor and a sense of playfulness, this work shares a creative personal vision deeply integrated with references to larger historical themes and conceptual motifs. Included in the exhibition will be works by artists such as Anni Albers, Squeak Carnwath, Barbara Kruger, Louise Nevelson, Louise Bourgeois, Suzanne Caporeal, Fay Jones, Judy Pfaff, Kiki Smith, Wangechi Mutu, Vija Celmins, and Kara Walker, among others.