On View: The Nature of Women
8 March – 8 April
This International Women’s Day, we are proud to present The Nature of Women, featuring 9 sensational artists whose works explore the ways in which women relate to Mother Nature. These works weave together the human psyche, the female identity, and our place in nature, revealing the interdependence between us and our planet. Perpetually evolving, growing, protecting, cultivating, expanding, and unifying: women are the threads of our social fabric, and we have the power and the responsibility to save our planet.
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The Berlin-based French artist uses bold colors and playful patterns to explore the irony of luxury fashion and consumerism in contemporary society. Oil paint, oil sticks, and gouache on paper. Read more about the artist in her studio.
The Baltimore-based artist and professor’s woodcut portraiture dismantles prevailing stereotypes of black womanhood. Hobbs will be an artist-in-residence at the Joan Mitchell Center in New Orleans in 2022. Read more about the artist in her studio.
The New York-based artist uses paint, printmaking, and mixed media to provide a running commentary on herself and her contemporaries, and whose work juxtaposes colorful, graphic compositions which often contain childhood artifacts, glitter, and neon—with more sinister, sybaritic messages. Read more about the artist in her studio.
Brooklyn-based artist Anna Pietrzak uses gold-leaf imported from Florence, Italy to create shapes and forms that exist between the figurative and the abstract. Read more about the artist in her studio.
The Santa Monica-based artist creates minimal figurative drawings and paintings that highlight and advocate femininity as an aim to create a shift in the social construct of the inferiority it holds against masculinity. Read more about the artist in her studio.
The Hamptons artist’s background in fashion enriches and energizes her paintings with textiles, shapes, lines and words straight off the runway. Read more about the artist in her studio.