Thursday, February 25, 2010

31 Women in Art Photography

    Ann Woo, Cave, 2007, C-print, 30 x 40 in. Ed. 5
I am proud to announce that I am one of the 31 women selected for this show! I am honored to be included and excited to be showing alongside so many talented female photographers! Please join me at the opening on March 6th.

Press Preview: Thursday, March 4, 12 – 6 p.m.; R.S.V.P. kate{at}
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 6, 6 – 9 p.m.
After Party: Saturday, March 6, 9 p.m. – midnight
R.S.V.P required for opening reception and after party:rsvp{at}

Music by DJ Brooklyn Dawn

Exhibition on view: Saturday, March 6 – Saturday, April 10, 2010

Affirmation Arts
523 W. 37th Street
New York, NY 10018
(212) 925.0092

Gallery hours: Tues – Fri, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sat 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Directions: A/C/E to 34th Street and 8th Avenue

In March 2010, in honor of Women’s History Month, Humble Arts Foundation in association with Affirmation Arts will present its second edition of 31 Women in Art Photography, a five-week exhibition celebrating 31 of the most innovative women in new art photography. The exhibition, curated by Charlotte Cotton and Jon Feinstein, will present an eclectic mix of new talent, culled from open submissions. 31opens at Affirmation Arts in New York City on Saturday, March 6 during The Armory Show 2010.

The exhibition includes photographs by Erica Allen, Amelia Bauer, Claire Beckett, Gilda Davidian, Jessica Eaton, Naomi Harris, Carmen von Kende, Anna Krachey, Yvonne Lacet, Erika Larsen, Jessica Mallios, Alison Malone, S. Billie Mandle, Paula McCartney, Rachelle Mozman, Yamini Nayar, Sarah Palmer, Kristine Potter, Heather Rasmussen, Justine Reyes, Lisa Robinson, Irina Rozovsky, Sasha Rudensky, Victoria Sambunaris, Robin Schwartz, Emily Shur, Brea Souders, Rachel Sussman, Kirsten Kay Thoen, Carson Fisk-Vittori, and Ann Woo.

The Curators
British curator Charlotte Cotton recently became the creative director for the National Media Museum in Bradford, England and will be heading up the planned expansion of the museum in London. Previously Cotton was the curator and head of the Wallis Annenberg Department of photography at the Los Angeles Country Museum of Art, head of programming at the Photographer’s Gallery, London photography curator for the Victoria & Albert Museum in London for several years and is the founding editor of 
Words Without Pictures. Jon Feinstein is the co-founder and curatorial director of Humble Arts Foundation; he has organized numerous exhibitions throughout New York including the recent exhibition “Trying Them On” at Hendershot Gallery.

1 comment:

Abdulnaby said...

Congrats, queenjust. Will be in the ATL, though. I need to hear about your life soon. How you be?