Multiple Vantage Points: Southern California Women Artists, 1980-2006

“Multiple Vantage Points: Southern California Women Artists, 1980-2006” Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery February 25 – April 15, 2007
Conversations with the Artists on Saturday, April 14 at 2 PM

Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery

February 25 – April 15, 2007
Conversations with the Artists on Saturday, April 14 at 2 PM

Fifty women artists and a 26-year timeline covering the decades after the rise of the feminist art movement span generations and cultures to offer multiple perspectives on gender, race, the body, history politics, religion and nature.

Fifty women artists and a 26-year timeline covering the decades after the rise of the feminist art movement span generations and cultures to offer multiple perspectives on gender, race, the body, history politics, religion and nature.

Curated by Dextra Frankel and Curatorial Advisor, Cheryl Bookout,  “Multiple Vantage Points” complements MOCA’s “WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution, 1965-1980” and offers Los Angeles audiences an opportunity to explore connections between the dynamic women artists working in Southern California today and the early global history of feminist art. Both exhibitions are part of The Feminist Art Project, a national initiative recognizing the aesthetic and intellectual impact of women in the visual arts and culture.

This exhibition is presented by the collaborative partnership of the Southern California Womens Caucus for Art, Southern California Council of the National Museum of Women in the Arts and the Department of Cultural Affairs, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery is situated at 4800 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, 90027.

For gallery hours and general information call (323) 644-6269 or visit http://artscenecal.com/Barnsdall.html

A fully illustrated catalogue is available with an introductory essay by Suvan Geer.

“I want to congratulate you on your 30th Anniversary and send kudos for your success in organizing the upcoming ‘Multiple Vantage Points’ exhibition … not to mention a catalogue which is what will allow the work in the show to live on …” – Judy Chicago

Funding for the exhibition and catalogue was made possible by Payden & Rygel, the Peter Norton Family Foundation, the Bank of America and the generosity of many individual donors.