That's “Women's Work”Juxtapoz // Sunday, 26 Jul 2009
Collectively, the 56 prints that comprise the exhibit testify to the innovative breadth and variety of printmaking approaches taken by women since the early 1970s.
Women’s Work makes known a variety of stylistic formats that addresses overlapping issues of gender, the body, and personal fantasies of desire, as well as more recent concerns of identity, politics, and the environment.
The exhibit features Barbara Kruger (work shown above), Wangechi Mutu, Kiki Smith, and Louise Bourgeois, among others.
Women’s Work: Contemporary Women Printmakers
San Jose Museum of Art
Through August 16, 2009.