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A Feminist Avant-Garde
Francesca Woodman
Face, Providence, Rhode Island, 1975-1976
Courtesy The Woodman Family Foundation / Artists Right Society (ARS)
Bildrecht / Verbund Collection, Vienna

A Feminist Avant-Garde

Photographs and Performances of the 1970s from the Verbund Collection, Vienna

Helena Almeida » Eleanor Antin » Anneke Barger » Lynda Benglis » Tomaso Binga » Dara Birnbaum » Marcella Campagnano » Orshi Drozdik » Lili Dujourie » Mary Beth Edelson » VALIE EXPORT » Esther Ferrer » Marisa González » Barbara Hammer » Lynn Hershman Leeson » Alexis Hunter » Mako Idemitsu » Birgit Jürgenssen » Kirsten Justesen » Ketty La Rocca » Katalin Ladik » Suzy Lake » Natalia LL » Ana Mendieta » Annette Messager » Rita Myers » Senga Nengudi  » Lorraine O'Grady » Orlan » Gina Pane » Leticia Parente » Ewa Partum » Friederike Pezold » Margot Pilz » Howardena Pindell » Àngels Ribe » Ulrike Rosenbach » Martha Rosler » Carolee Schneemann » Lydia Schouten » Cindy Sherman » Penelope Slinger » Annegret Soltau » Gabriele Stötzer » Marianne Wex » Francesca Woodman » Nil Yalter » Jana Zelibská » & others

Exhibition: 4 Jul – 25 Sep 2022


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A Feminist Avant-Garde
Birgit Jürgenssen
Ohne Titel (Selbst mit Fellchen) (Untitled (Self with Fur), 1974
Courtesy Birgit Jürgenssen / Galerie Hubert Winter
Bildrecht / Verbund Collection, Vienna

The Rencontres d’Arles is delighted to present, for the first time in France, the exhibition A Feminist Avant-Garde. Photographs and Performances of the 1970s from the Verbund Collection, Vienna, with over 200 works by 71 female artists.
The exhibition title refers to "an" Avant-Garde, one containing a multitude of feminist movements, diverse in age, nationality, and culture. Feminisms are also considered in intersectional terms because some of those female artists have experienced, and continue to experience, multiple forms of discrimination, including racism, classism, and gender. The exhibition is divided into five themes: women’s reduction to "wife, mother, and housewife"; their resulting feeling of "being locked-up"; the questioning of "dictates of beauty and representations of female bodies"; explorations of "female sexuality"; and debates around "female roles and identities."

A Feminist Avant-Garde
Die Geburtenmadonna (The Birth Madonna), 1976
Courtesy VALIE EXPORT / Gallery Thaddaeus Ropac
Bildrecht / Verbund Collection, Vienna
A Feminist Avant-Garde
Ana Mendieta
Untitled (Glass on Body Imprints), 1972
Courtesy The Estate of Ana Mendieta Collection, LLC / Galerie Lelong
Verbund Collection, Vienna