On Loan: 19 Photographs by Women at the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale
Woman’s World: Contemporary Views of Women by Women
The Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale | Nova Southeastern University
FOTO Fort Lauderdale
June 22 – October 6, 2013
In conjunction with the exhibition Bunny Yeager: Both Sides of the Camera, the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale presents an exhibition of photographs of women by women photographers. The exhibition includes approximately 40 photographs by 25 photographers and is drawn from public and private collections in South Florida. Dating from the 1950s to the present, the the photographs in the exhibition reveal how the explosive growth in numbers of women photographers since the 1950s, when Bunny Yeager herself was a pioneering photographer, has changed the way women are represented.
Among the photographers included in the exhibition are Diane Arbus, Cindy Sherman, Barbara Kruger, Shirin Neshat, Laurie Simmons, Annie Leibovitz, Barbara Probst and Lorna Simpson. Curated by Peter Boswell.
Foto Fort Lauderdale is an exciting series of high-caliber photographic exhibitions that give photography a permanent, year-round home at the Museum of Art | Fort Lauderdale.
Photos by Teodora Dakova, www.teodoradakova.com.
Works on loan include:
The Granddaughter, 2004*
Maria Magdalena Campos Pons
De Las Dos Aguas, 2007
Ya’ara, North Court Base, 2003
Rayne-Lin, Little Miss Firecracker, LA, 2006
Untitled (Belief + Doubt = Sanity), 2008
Girl with Loaf of Bread, 2001*
The Red Ball 1, 2002
NYC, October 18, 1953, 1953
NYC, September 10, 1955, 1955
Virginia at 3, 1988
Mary Ellen Mark
Tiny Blowing a Bubble (during “Streetwise”), Seattle, 2006
Acrobat with a Dog, 1994
Modena, Italy (hoodies against wall), 2010
The Instant Decorator (Yellow Kitchen), 2004
A Moment’s Pleasure in Black and White, 2006*