WOMEN MANIFEST presents three fine art exhibits for Women’s History Month. Curated by Brooke Mason, these three exhibits are to support, empower and embrace women for Women’s History Month. In support of WeHo Arts and the City of West Hollywood, the exhibits showcase women only artists and the themes for each show highlight different issues women have as artists and in society.
The West Hollywood Public Library, AT THE CORE, will include art that embodies women’s strength but at the same time empathizes the struggles women face, directly and indirectly, within contemporary culture. Such struggles include the pressure on women to attend to their superficial appearance and at the same time to resolve their inner conflicts. Through their art they find strength to break free from such burdens and aspire to positions of leadership View during regular West Hollywood Library hours March 1st – April 1st. Walk-through with the artists on March 16th and a reception to follow at Robert Kuo.
The West Hollywood City Hall, OUT AND ABOUT, is an exhibit that focuses on a woman’s freedom of expression and having the liberation to do your own thing. Not being caged in the confines of other people beliefs, society laws or your own inhibitions. March 14th – April 15th – Reception March 15th 4-7pm
A one-night special exhibition at Robert Kuo in West Hollywood, HEAR ME, examines communication. Our loss of it and our struggle to connect with others, women to women and as a society. The harder we strive for success and beauty what do we sacrifice. March 16threception after the Artists walk through at the West Hollywood Library.
The female artists represented in these exhibits were selected because they exemplify these qualities of strength in their work and as individuals. These are empowered women and through their own experiences as females and as artists they have broken free of boundaries placed on them.
Artists include: Betty Gold, Jana Cruder, Carolyn Doucette, Lee Bowers, Bibi Davidson, Diane Holland, Gulla Jónsdóttir, Camella DaEun Kim, Ingrid Knuti, Lola Del Fresno, Micky Hoogendijk, Julienne Johnson, Nicole Landau, Feng Ling, Brooke Mason, Joanne Chase Matillo, Felicity Nove, Elizabeth Orleans.
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