Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
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B L I S S

Curada por Nika Chilewich, Eva Posas y Chloé Wilcox

LAR en Escuela de la Paz Ciudad de México 02/07/2019 – 03/30/2019

Artists: Eunice Adorno, Casey Jane Ellison, Emilia García, Sánchez-Kane, Frieda Toranzo Jaeger, Leilah Weinraub, Kandis Williams, Lorena Vega, Cajsa Von Zeipel B L I S S is a state and a space of grace. It is a haven for female relaxation and indulgence, a place for self-care and communion. B L I S S is a

Cajsa Von Zeipel, The Deputant (2019). Imagen cortesía de LAR Bárbara Sánchez Kane, Silla Tántrica (2019); Kandis Williams, they glance you stare (2017). Imagen cortesía de LAR Eunice Adorno, Desandar (2019). Imagen cortesía de LAR Artistas: Eunice Adorno, Casey Jane Ellison, Emilia García, Sánchez-Kane, Frieda Toranzo Jaeger, Leilah Weinraub, Kandis Williams, Lorena Vega, Cajsa Von Zeipel B L I

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Paper Mirror

Nancy Spero

Museo Tamayo Ciudad de México 10/06/2018 – 02/17/2019

A celebrated figure of the feminist art movement in the United States, Nancy Spero (1926–2009) consistently addressed oppression, inequality, and women’s social roles through both her art practice and activism. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Spero graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1949. Before settling with their three sons in New

Nancy Spero, To the Revolution (1981). Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co. © The Nancy Spero and Leon Golub Foundation for the Arts / VAGA at ARS, NY Nancy Spero, Female Symbols I (1981). Foto: David Reynolds. Cortesía Estado de Nancy Spero y Barbara Gross Galerie, Múnich. © The Nancy Spero and Leon Golub Foundation for the

Radical Women in a City of Dreams

Radical Women in a City of Dreams

by Arden Decker

When museums re-write art history to include the women they so long ignored. Wishes, dreams, and fantasies are important parts of our creative lives. They are steps a writer integrates into her craft. They are the spectrum of resources to reach the truth, the heart of things, the immediacy and the impact of human conflict.

When museums re-write art history to include the women they so long ignored. Wishes, dreams, and fantasies are important parts of our creative lives. They are steps a writer integrates into her craft. They are the spectrum of resources to reach the truth, the heart of things, the immediacy and the impact of human conflict.