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A Complex Weave: Women and Identity in Contemporary Art at Robeson Galleries. Sep 27 – Dec 4
Free and open to the public. Exhibit catalog available
Penn State University, PA. -
The HUB-Robeson Galleries will showcase the exhibition A Complex Weave: Women and Identity in Contemporary Art in the Robeson Gallery from September 27 through December 4. This national touring exhibition was organized by Dr. Martin Rosenberg, Professor of Art History at Rutgers University's Camden campus and Dr. J. Susan Isaacs, Professor of Art History at Towson University in Baltimore, in cooperation with Rutgers' Stedman Gallery and is touring under the aegis of Curatorial Assistance.
The Pennsylvania State University
HUB-Robeson Galleries, University Park, PA 16802-6601
More Info: http://feministartproject.rutgers.edu/resources/fare/files/5/
A Complex Weave reveals the richness and complexity of contemporary Feminist art, through its focus on issues of identity in all its many facets. This exhibition examines how sixteen contemporary women artists with varying backgrounds in terms of age, ethnicity, nationality, religion, sexual orientation and other aspects of individuality have woven threads of their own sense of self into their work, revealing surprising commonalities across apparent differences.
A Complex Weave spans the media of drawing, painting, sculpture, fibers, video, installation and photography and can be understood as a multi-dimensional exploration of the concept of identity, that is not only central to individuals, but also plays a critical role in today's world.
Artists in the exhibition:
Flo Oy Wong
Please visit The HUB-Robeson Galleries Facebook page to ask any questions or post any comments to the “A Complex Weave” discussion.
Any schools/courses interested in bringing a class to the exhibit may contact the galleries at 814-865-2563 to make arrangements.
For more information about this and other exhibits, visit the HUB-Robeson Galleries website at studentaffairs.psu.edu/hub/artgalleries.