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Feminist Art for Social Justice
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Joyce Kozloff: Maps + Patterns
If I Were a Botanist (Gaza), 2015, MM/collage/canvas 54 x 91 1/4"
March 26 - April 25, 2015
DC Moore Gallery
535 W 22nd St. #2, NYC 10011 p.212-247-2111
Exhibition of new mixed media work synthesizes Kozloff’s interest in the meaning of maps with the forms of the Pattern and Decoration painting she pioneered in the 1970s. A catalog featuring an interview with Kozloff accompanies the exhibition.
Panel Discussion at DC Moore Gallery:
Wednesday, April 22, 6-7pm
Women, Archives, and Artistic Legacy: The Feminist Collecting Initiative at the Archives of American Art with artists Joyce Kozloff, Joan Semmel, Mary Frank, and Catherine Morris, Curator, Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art. Moderator: Carey Lovelace, critic/independent curator.