is this (not) a woman is our upcoming exhibition for the Outskirt project. It brings together the works by 4 artists from different background: Mētra Saberova, Tae Kyung Seo, Ana Treviño, and Deirdre Vertuccit. The exhibition will be running from November 4 2016 to February 25, 2017. Updated October 31, 2016.
t A d is thrilled to feature the works by artists Marcella Ernest and Deanna Pizzitelli in the upcoming exhibition for the Outskirts project. The exhibition is entitled t r aces of t he o thers. It will be running from July 21 to September 30, 2016.Updated July 15, 2016.
t A d is proud to present the exhibition hers, me as part of the Outskirts project. It starts from March 24 to May 6, 2016, featuring the works by Samantha Conlon, Yukari Nakimichi, Leslie Robison, and Sabina Tupan.Updated March 24, 2016.
We’re pleased to hold the first exhibition of this project, which is entitled St i ll. It features the work by Maria K Steinsson. Currently we’re preparing for the next exhibition, which will feature the work by 4 selected artists. There will be more exhibitions to follow. And we’ll contact the participating artists in due course. Updated August 27, 2015.
Our sincere thanks go to the many artists who have responded to the open call with great enthusiasm, compelling works, and a wide range of subject matters. All the submissions are currently under review. In the coming months, those artists whose works are selected for the project will be contacted through email. Thank you. Updated July 11, 2015.
…. This is what happens to a woman artist,
an artist of color, a lesbian that she gets filtered
out of history, that her accomplishments
are not noted, that they are not remembered.
— The Worlds of Bernice Bing (2013)
Outskirts: Bodies, Places, and Identities is an exhibition project working towards creating a place for women artists from all walks of life, diverse cultural backgrounds, and different identities of race, sexuality, or age. The project will showcase the works of the participating women artists in a series of solo and collaborative exhibitions. Artists are encouraged to express new ideas and experiment with various media.
From the curatorial perspective, the main focus will be on the intersections between bodies, places and identities. We’ll seek to explore issues and concepts in relation to the embodied experience in time and space; the hybridization between identities and cultures; as well as the binary constructs of gender, domestic vs. public spheres, and outskirt vs. center with respect to societies, social spaces and identities.
Ultimately, Outskirts will be a place for women artists to speak about issues and stories that are too often unwaveringly told yet unheard, and a place to acknowledge the subjectivities of those who are for the most part unrecognized and misrepresented in the dominant culture.
Curator: Araya Vivorakij
Interested artists please send resumes,
artist statements, proposals, and art work
images (maximum 5) to
Deadline: July 1, 2015