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Global Feminisms
Boryana Rossa (Bulgarian, b. 1972).
Celebrating the Next Twinkling (Praznuvane na sledvascia mig), 1999.
Single-channel video, Edition of 2, 2 min. 45 sec.

Global Feminisms

Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art

Pilar Albarracin » Arahmaiani » Rebecca Belmore » Zoulikha Bouabdellah » Tania Bruguera » Lee Bul » Mary Coble » Joan Jonas » Sonia Khurana » Sigalit Landau » Tracey Moffatt » Priscilla Monge » Valérie Mréjen » Ingrid Mwangi » Catherine Opie » Patricia Piccinini  » Boryana Rossa » Julika Rudelius » Shahzia Sikander » Sissi » Ryoko Suzuki » Milica Tomic » Miwa Yanagi » & others

Exhibition: – 1 Jul 2007

Brooklyn Museum of Art

200 Eastern Parkway - Brooklyn
NY 11238 Brooklyn



Wed-Fri 10-17, Sat-Sun 11-18, First Sat of month 11-23

In celebration of the opening of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, the Museum presents Global Feminisms, the first international exhibition exclusively dedicated to feminist art from 1990 to the present. The show consists of work by approximately eighty women artists from around the world and includes work in all media—painting, sculpture, photography, film, video, installation, and performance. Its goal is not only to showcase a large sampling of contemporary feminist art from a global perspective but also to move beyond the specifically Western brand of feminism that has been perceived as the dominant voice of feminist and artistic practice since the early 1970s.This exhibition is arranged thematically and features the work of important emerging and mid-career artists. The Brooklyn Museum presents exhibitions that give voice to diverse points of view. Global Feminisms contains challenging subject matter that some visitors may find disturbing or offensive. Children 17 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Discretion is advised. This exhibition is co-curated by Maura Reilly, Ph.D., Curator of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, and Linda Nochlin, Ph.D., Lila Acheson Wallace Professor of Modern Art, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Global Feminisms is sponsored by Altria Group. Additional support is provided by the Elizabeth A. Sackler Foundation and the French Embassy Cultural Services.

Global Feminisms
Ryoko Suzuki, Japanese, b. 1970, Bind, 2001. Lambda print.
Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography. (Photo: Courtesy of Zeit-Foto Salon, Tokyo)
Global Feminisms
Pilar Albarracín (Spanish, b. 1968). Long Live Spain (Viva España), 2004.
Production still; video, 3 min. 30 sec., color, stereo sound.
Lent by the artist. © Pilar Albarracín. (Photo: Courtesy of the artist)
Global Feminisms
© Catherine Opie
Self Portrait / Nursing, 2004
Courtesy of the artist and Regen Projects, LA