Spotlight on Ecofeminism(s)
This complimentary webinar explores the critically acclaimed group exhibition ecofeminism(s) at the Thomas Erben Gallery this Summer/Fall 2020 in New York. Praised for its relevance and curatorial vision by The New York Times and Art in America, the survey ranges from art by early eco-feminists such as Agnes Denes and Ana Mendieta to present-day artists Mary Mattingly and Hanae Utamura. Ecofeminist art emerged in the 1970s and 80s, and continues to be embraced both as a historical and a contemporary phenomenon. Exhibition curator Monika Fabijanska and gallerist Thomas Erben will join Christie’s Education’s Julie Reiss for a discussion about the show’s timeliness and the increasing centrality in the art world of art grounded in ecological and other human rights concerns. The discussion will be followed by a Q & A session.
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Image: Installation view of ecofeminism(s) curated by Monika Fabijanska, left to right: Andrea Bowers, Helène Aylon, Eliza Evans, Sonya Kelliher-Combs, Hanae Utamura, Betsy Damon, Aviva Rahmani. Courtesy of Thomas Erben Gallery, New York, June/July 2020 (photos: Andreas Vesterlund).