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A Fabulous and Frightful Crossroads for Feminism: One Art Critic’s Story

Miami’s own Elisa Turner, former art critic for The Miami Herald, currently blogging for ArtCircuits.com, contributed this essay for Girls’ Club exhibition Under the Influence.  In her article, she ties together strides made by women in politics, art, fashion and her personal life. A Fabulous and Frightful Crossroads

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A Girls’ Club Roundtable Interview with South Florida Artists conducted by Claire Breukel and meet to drink smoothies and talk about art. It’s Tuesday, September 16, 2008, 11:30am at Out of The Blue cafe in Miami…

On the occasion of Girls’ Club exhibition Under the Influence, Claire Breukel, formerly Director of Locust Projects alternative space in Miami, interviewed artists Frances Trombly, Kerry Phillips and Elisabeth Condon, whose work is included in the exhibition – read their remarks, compiled in a round robin fashion and combined into one document with illustrations. Breukel…

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Amy Cutler at the American Folk Art Museum

New York City, New York
April 15 – September 21, 2008

 

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Under the Influence

2008 – 2009

Girls’ Club’s second annual exhibition, Under the Influence, explores the phenomenon of cross-pollination that occurs at every level of arts production today.

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Jenny Humphreys, “Natural History”, a web project for Girls’ Club

A photo session by Provincetown, MA artist Jenny Humphreys layers identities and histories.  Natural History augments the Girls’ Club exhibition Talking Heads. Learn more about Jenny Humphreys here.

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Eugenia Vargas Pereira’s vision of Little Red Riding Hood

Caperucita Roja is a project by artist Eugenia Vargas Pereira, currently residing in Chile, where she was born. The series of photos, made in collaboration with performance artist Carmen Paz Venegas, stalk a young woman dressed in red.

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Talking Heads

2007 – 2008

Girls’ Club’s inaugural exhibition Talking Heads, developed organically out of the collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz, reveals the passion behind each acquisition, ultimately expressing the personality of its owners.

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Ghada Amer at The Moore Space

September 8 – October 22, 2005
Miami, Florida

 

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