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Join us for a recorded webinar with Monika Fabijanska, curator of ecofeminism(s) at the Thomas Erbern Gallery. This webinar will discuss ecofeminism and provide an appraisers' perspective. ecofeminism(s) explores the legacy of some of the pioneers of ecofeminist art: HelÈne Aylon, Betsy Damon, Agnes Denes, Bilge Friedlaender, Ana Mendieta, Aviva Rahmani, and Cecilia VicuÑa, and how their ideas and strategies are continued, developed or opposed by younger generations – Andrea Bowers, Eliza Evans, Sonya Kelliher-Combs, Carla Maldonado, Mary Mattingly, Jessica Segall, and Hanae Utamura. It also features the ecofeminist works of Lynn Hershman Leeson and Barbara Kruger, who escape these categories.
1 CE Credit
This is a recording of a previously held live webinar.
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Image: Jessica Segall, A Thirsty Person, Having Found a Spring, Stops to Drink, Does Not Contemplate Its Beauty, 2011, performance/video still, archival print. © 2011 Jessica Segall. Courtesy of the artist
Monika Fabijanska is an art historian and curator who specializes in women's and feminist art. Her critically acclaimed exhibition, The Un-Heroic Act: Representations of Rape in Women's Contemporary Art in the U.S. at Shiva Gallery, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY (with catalog) was ranked the fifth best NYC art show in 2018 by Hyperallergic. It was reviewed by The New York Times, Artforum, Art in America, The Brooklyn Rail, Art Papers, etc. Fabijanska initiated the idea and provided curatorial consulting for The Museum of Modern Art acquisition and retrospective exhibition of Polish feminist sculptor Alina Szapocznikow (2012), and consulted on two eponymous feminist exhibitions: WACK! Art in the Feminist Revolution with curator Connie Butler (MoCA LA, NMWA, MoMA P.S.1, 2007-08); and Global Feminisms with curator Maura Reilly (Brooklyn Museum of Art, 2007). Monika Fabijanska is an appraiser of post-war, contemporary, and emerging art. She is an Associate of the Appraisers Association of America. www.monikafabijanska.com
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