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A RADICAL VOICE: In Conversation

Gallery Talk Moderated by Curator Janet Goleas

with Artists Alice Hope, Laurie Lambrecht, Toni Ross, Bonnie Rychlak, and Almond Zigmund

Saturday, March 3 | 5 PM | FREE

A RADICAL VOICE: 23 Women features works by a selection of women artists whose practices have helped shape and transform the language of contemporary art. Linked by their unique vision, convictions, and constancy, these twenty-three artists have ferociously defied the status quo within a creative spectrum that ranges from the sublime to the utilitarian, from expressionism to precision, and from humor to drama. Sustaining a life as an artist is, at its core, a radical act. The women assembled here possess the special and endless curiosity required to propel one through the unordinary life of an artist.

Artists include Olive Ayhens, Amanda Church, Martha Clippinger, Connie Fox, Regina Gilligan, Tamara Gonzales, Jacqueline Gourevitch, Lisa Hein, Priscilla Heine, Hilary Helfant, Elana Herzog, Alice Hope, Laurie Lambrecht, Judith Linhares, Erika Ranee, Judy Richardson, Bonnie Rychlak, Toni Ross, Drew Shiflett, Jeanne Silverthorne, Zina Saro-Wiwa, Jude Tallichet, and Almond Zigmund.

On View February 17 – March 25, 2018

GALLERY HOURS: Thursday to Sunday, 12-6 PM | Admission is FREE

 

Image: A Radical Voice artist Tamara Gonzales with (L) Leticia, 2014; (R) Blue Menina 3, 2014. Photo Credit Daniel Gonzalez.

Venue

Southampton Arts Center
25 Jobs Lane
Southampton, NY 11968 United States
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Website:
http://www.southamptonartscenter.org

Introducing Southampton Arts Center’s Friends Circle

Friday May 25 - Monday Dec 31

It’s friends like you that have made the first five years of SAC so successful. Now, we are taking the opportunity to invite you to become our Friend – formally – as we launch Southampton Arts Center Friends Circle.

LIGHT OF THE OCEAN by Francisco Alvarado-Juárez

Friday Nov 02 - Sunday Dec 30

LIGHT OF THE OCEAN features a dynamic installation of works by Francisco Alvarado-Juárez, New York-based American artist born in Honduras. Our two main galleries have been transformed into a magical marine environment with part of the floor covered with sand, seashells and other organic materials indigenous to the East End of Long Island.