“Hidden and Revealed: Representations of Women by Women”
This is a group exhibition that will examine the representation of women in society, the media, and art. This group exhibition at Angles Gallery is comprised of paintings, photographs, and works on paper by 13 women from North America, Africa, and Asia. Collectively, the artists consider colonial, racial, religious, patriarchal, and class influences on the determination of power relations and control. Various forms of gender violence, repression, sexuality, body image, visibility, identity, and community are revealed, in the process of considering the historical impulse to place anything that is desired or despised onto the female body.