This exhibition brings together twenty different artists, all of whom create work within the enduring feminist concept: the personal is political, and with Catherine J. Morris’ curatorial eye, each artist is represented as an individual. As A.I.R. Gallery enters its 40th Anniversary year, it is apparent to the observer that the women showing in this exhibition carry on the priorities that have been part of A.I.R.’s mission since it’s inception in 1972. As Morris writes in the accompanying catalogue, the artists “speak to the fluid strength of the methodological framework offered by feminism.”
Artists in the exhibition include: Kate Ali, Judy Cooper, Leigh Craven, Phyllis Ewen, Melissa Furness, Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin, Terry Gips, Nicole Jacquard, Jan Johnson, Julia Kim Smith, K. A. Letts, Gladys Tietz Mercier, Haley Morris-Cafiero, Nancy Morrow, Esther Naor, Ardine Nelson, Meghan Quinn, Belle Shafir, Marie Sivak, and Erin Wiersma.