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Girls' Night Out
Daniela Rossell . Untitled (Ricas y famosas), 2001 Monterrey, Mexico C-print, edition of 5. 50 x 60 inches. Courtesy Greene Naftali Inc., New York.

Girls' Night Out

Eija-Liisa Ahtila » Elina Brotherus » Dorit Cypis » Rineke Dijkstra » Katy Grannan » Sarah Jones » Kelly Nipper » Daniela Rossell » Shirana Shahbazi » Salla Tykkä »

Exhibition: – 25 Jan 2004

Orange County Museum of Art

South Coast Plaza Village | 1661 W Sunflower Ave
CA 92704 Santa Ana



Thu 11-20, Fri-Sun 11-18

Girls' Night Out
Katy Grannan. Untitled (from the Poughkeepsie Journal), 1998. C-print, edition of 6 48 x 39 inches (101.6 x 127 cm), Collection of Jeanne and Nicolas Rohatyn. Courtesy Artemis Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York

This new exhibition brings together the work of an international and intergenerational group of women artists whose works in photography and video reflect a new approach to issues of femininity and identity. The artists in Girls' Night Out create works that possess a quasi-documentary feel and a directness of approach as they engage with such classical art genres as self-portraiture, portraiture (especially featuring young women in the passage from girlhood to adulthood), and landscape. Some of their shared themes include provocative inquiries into youth culture, new notions of beauty, ethnographic techniques mixed with fashion devices, and an interest in journalistic aspects of the media. Formally rigorous and aesthetically resolved, this seemingly traditional imagery is infused by lyricism and psychological complexity. The historical context for Girls' Night Out is found in the photography, film, and performance art of the 1970s and 1980s, which addressed social and political themes, often through provocative satire or irony. The open, fluid approach to gender and sexuality evident in the works in Girls' Night Out is informed by the pioneering conceptual and aesthetic stance of earlier artists but also represents a significant rupture with it. This new work confidently explores female identity without the need to challenge or critique feminine archetypes. The resulting imagery is as uncertain, contradictory, and filled with possibility as the adolescents these artists often portray.

Girls' Night Out
Rineke Dijkstra, Wormer Netherlands, 1998, c-print.
Girls' Night Out
Sarah Jones The Dining Room (Mulberry Lodge) (I),1997 c-type print
Girls' Night Out
Elina Brotherus Love Bites II, 1999. Chromogenic process color print. 27 1⁄2 x 35 inches. Courtesy &: gb agency, Paris