The 7th Biennial offers a cross-section of contemporary work in diverse medias. Along with A.I.R. Gallery’s National Artists Program and Fellowship Program, the Biennial exhibition enriches and expands the scope of work shown at A.I.R. The Biennial Series has a strong curatorial history: Charlotta Kotik, Lowery Sims, Elisabeth Sussman, Anne Ellegood, Shamim Momin and Maura Reilly curated the six previous biennials. Artists included in the current exhibition are:
Elizabeth Albert, Jelena Berenc, Dianne Bowen , Milana Braslavsky, Caroline Burghardt, Sabine Carlson, Carolyn Conrad, Monica Cook, Deborah Cornell, Jennifer Delilah, Anna Druzcz, Francoise Duresse, Cara Earl, Sally Edelstein, Linsday Foster, Lesley Garratt, Christine Gedeon, Daphne Gerou, Laura Gilbert, Alexis Granwell, Naomi Harris, Heide Hatry, Holly Hinman, Kate Hodges, Gigi Janchang, Dina Kantor, Colby Katz, Carole Kulikowski, Stephanie Lempert, Eileen Levinson, Este Lewis, Lily McElroy, Leonor Mendoza, Cindy Stockton Moore, Karen Moss, Aubrey Kosicki O’Meara, Sejal Patel, Berenice Pliskin, Theresa Sapergia, Crit Streed, Mary Swanson, Sali Taylor, Jennifer William
The 7th Biennial is part of the TheFeministArtProject, of which A.I.R. Gallery is a Founding Partner. The purpose of the Feminist Art Project is to bring public attention to women artists’ significant impact on contemporary art practice, highlight their international influence, and guarantee their inclusion in the cultural record, past, present, and future. The 7th Biennial’s curator, Connie Butler, is also the curator of another Feminist Art Project exhibition, WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution, the first comprehensive, historical exhibition to examine the international foundations and legacy of feminist art. WACK! is currently on view at The Geffen Contemporary at MoCA through July 16, 2007.