Exhibit: The Influential Female at Kentler International Drawing Space
THE INFLUENTIAL FEMALE
Drawings Inspired by Women in History
Clarity Haynes, Meridith McNeal, Edward Monovich, Arlene Morris, Annysa Ng, K. Saito, Jacquelyn Schiffman, Vivianne Silvera, Lorene Taurerewa, Jono Vaughan
February 3 – March 25, 2012
Friday, February 3, 6 – 8pm
Sunday, February 19, 4pm
The human figure has been a subject for visual artists throughout history. With such an expansive subject matter, this exhibition has chosen to focus on contemporary artists drawing inspiration from the female form. Refined even more, these artists draw their inspiration from historic or specific female subjects to create fresh and challenging gender related artwork. This new work is intriguing because it directly reflects on history while making history.
A brochure with an essay by Randall Harris accompanies the exhibition.
KENTLER INTERNATIONAL DRAWING SPACE
353 Van Brunt Street
(Red Hook) Brooklyn, NY
Open free to the public:
Thursday – Sunday, 12 – 5pm