On view at 92 Plymouth Street until Sunday, December 13

Bound up Together: On the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment

Artists: Natalia Almonte, Donna Bassin, Cristina Biaggi, Zoë Buckman, Indira Cesarine, Vladimir Cybil Charlier, Maya Ciarrocchi, Adinah Dancyger & Mykki Blanco, Mary Dwyer, GOODW.Y.N, Alicia Grullón, Clareese Hill, Debora Hirsch and Iaia Filiberti, Julia Justo, Symone Knox, LuLu LoLo, Katrina Majkut, Elizabeth Moran, Ameya Okamoto, Andrea Ray, Shellyne Rodriguez, Yvonne Shortt, Valerie Suter, and Stephanie J. Woods


Organized in the months leading up to the 2020 presidential election, at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic and as Black Lives Matter protests erupted around the world. The exhibition centers on the achievements that granted some women the right to vote and the pervasive and enduring intersections of racism, sexism and misogyny that disfigure American culture and society. Moving between a mythological past and an uncertain future, Bound up Together highlights myriad ways in which women’s experiences and interdependent histories are entangled in the very structures that deny intersectional nuances and complexities. The exhibition presents video, installation, works on paper, painting, photography, sculpture, sound, performance and participatory programs that represent the likenesses, voices, memories and collective experiences of countless women and their communities in works that honor, agitate and imagine new possibilities.


Starting Sunday, October 4, they are open to the public during the hours of Wednesday - Sunday, 12pm-6pm. The show is open through December 13, 2020.

For more information: http://www.smackmellon.org/exh...