Unveiled, exhibition at Craftswoman House, January 29th-February 26th, 2011, curated by Launa Bacon and Cindy Rehm
Craftswoman House opened her doors with the group exhibition Unveiled, a show that features works by six west-coast artists who explore feminist content. The exhibit includes works by Launa Bacon, Ursula Brookbank, Wendy Kveck, Freya Prowe, Cindy Rehm, Angela Simione.
Unveiled coincided with the 39th anniversary of Womanhouse, the first public exhibition of feminist art organized in January 1972, by Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro. The original collaborative project was presented in a deserted mansion in Hollywood, whereas the new venue is a 1924 Craftsman House located in the historic Orange Heights tract of Pasadena.
Closing video and performance program featured work by Pedestal and the All-Girl Band, Felicia Montes, Stephanie Soule-Maggio and Christine Suarez as well as video by Alyce Haliday McQueen, Ursula Brookbank, Andrea Chung, McLean Fahnestock, Elizabeth Leister, Tricia Lawless Murray, and Sister.
Index image: Wendy Kveck