The Cupping Room, in partnership with Indiewalls.com, is pleased to announce its first group art
exhibition of 2012.
“Something About Her” brings together twenty-one female artists for a unique examination of femininity today. The group of artists is an international crowd, with origins ranging from Australia, Turkey, Alaska, Moldova, Philippines, England, Japan, Hawaii, China, and all corners of the United States.
Each artist currently resides in New York, and “Something About Her” is a culmination of their diverse perspectives and backgrounds. All of the women, with the exception of two 3rd year fellowship recipients, will graduate with a Master of Fine Arts degree from the New York Academy of Art this May.
While working in traditional media (oil painting, printmaking), the artists use established and historic processes to communicate contemporary female perspectives. Themes in the exhibition vary from fertility and motherhood, technology, identity, age, violence, sexuality, poverty, consumption, interpersonal relationships, beauty,
and the sublime.
Indiewalls.com, currently in beta, is built around the symbiotic relationship between artists and non-traditional exhibition spaces. IndieWalls provides an online platform for artists to find alternative venues to display their work, and provides an easy online platform for consumers to purchase that artwork.
Please join us this Thursday at the historic Cupping Room in SoHo for the “Something About Her” opening reception, co-hosted by curators Derrick B. Harden and Kaitlyn Stubbs.
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OPENING RECEPTION: January 26, 2012, 6:30-8:30 pm
ON VIEW: January 19- February 26, 2012
THE CUPPING ROOM CAFÉ, 359 W BROADWAY
BETWEEN BROOME AND GRAND ST