Cindy Rehm & Sara Ellen Fowler: Feminist Love Letters
The ICA LA
Sunday February 11, 1-4pm
In 1971 Nancy Spero sent Lucy Lippard a letter with the simple but impassioned message: “The enemies of women’s liberation in the arts will be crushed. Love Nancy.” This note serves as the inspiration for Feminist Love Letters, a project that invites participants to profess their love, send words of support and encouragement, or unleash their feminist fury in a letter to a contemporary or historic feminist. We will provide papers, pens, and stickers to accommodate your epistolary declarations. All letters will be documented and archived at http://feministloveletters.tumblr.com.
Sara Fowler and Cindy Rehm initiated Feminist Love Letters on Valentine’s Day 2016, for a Women’s Center for Creative Work residency at the LA Art Book Fair.
homeLA // Larchmont: The Way Light Moves Through 4-7pm on Saturday August 26, 2017 *Exact location will be revealed upon ticket purchase*
Performances are ongoing, with timed ticket entry at 4pm, 5pm, and 6pm.
homeLA // Larchmont: The Way Light Moves Through will be a durational performance where audiences can roam freely. There will be new works from Zena Bibler, Jay Carlon, Emily Marchand, J. Alex Mathews, NoodleRice & Friends, Cindy Rehm with Elizabeth Leister, and Selwa Sweidan with Christine Meinders.
Curated by Samara Kaplan & Rebecca Bruno Documentation and Media by Andrew Mandinach
homeLA provides a platform to independent dance, body-based, sound, and intermedia artists at various stages of their careers to develop new works and one-of-a-kind performances in response to the architecture and ethos of Los Angeles homes.
homeLA is fiscally sponsored by the Pasadena Arts Council's EMERGE program.
(En)Gendered (In)Equity: The Gallery Tally Poster Project Organized by Micol Hebron
Opening Reception March 9, 2016 Exhibition Dates March 10 – April 17, 2016
LACE presents a retrospective of all Gallery Tally posters created to date – including over 400 original, artist-designed posters that visualize gender ratios in the contemporary art world. Since 2013, Gallery Tally has collected and visualized data pertaining to the radical underrepresentation of women in all facets of the art world and beyond.
The Winter Issue of Armseye features an article on my work written by Lorraine Heitzman, link here.
Please join me for the opening ofRosette - a group show organized by Mary Anna Pomonis at Charlie James Gallery, Saturday January 9th, 6-9pm. The exhibit features works by Suzanne Adelman, Lili Bernard, Mattia Biagi, Annie Buckley, Kristin Calabrese, Angel Chen, Sarah Cromarty, Cherie Benner Davis, Mark Dutcher, Christine Dianne Guiyangco, Sabina Ott, Mary Anna Pomonis, Cindy Rehm, Allison Stewart and Vincent Ramos. The show opens January 9th and runs until February 20.