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GALERIE XII LA PRESENTS WOMEN.ON.WOMEN (WOW) EXHIBITION, HONORING THE STRENGTH OF THE FEMALE SPIRIT (JANUARY 26 TO APRIL 10, 2021)
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Date(s): 01/26/2021 to 04/10/2021
Day(s): Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Time(s): 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Address: Bergamot Station Arts Center- 2525 Michigan Ave. Suite B2, Santa Monica, CA 90404
Phone: (424) 252 9004
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Galerie XII Los Angeles presents Women.On.Women (WOW) exhibition from January 26 to April 10, 2021 at their new gallery at Bergamot Station Arts Center (2525 Michigan Ave. Suite B2, Santa Monica, CA 90404), which features four exhibition spaces and is open during COVID for limited-capacity viewings and private appointments. The pioneering show about women seen and emboldened by women showcases the works of five female artists - Patty Carroll, Maia Flore, Mona Kuhn, Ziqian Liu, and Anja Niemi – and, will also be available to view virtually on their website.
The diverse array of chosen works triumphantly explore different ways of expressing the strength and beauty of the female spirit. The models, which are often the artists themselves, are represented anonymously in either a poetic, atypical, colorful or sensual way that does not shy away from embracing womanhood in all its rich, complex and multifaceted totality. Female artists have long played a quintessential role in art, challenging the status quo and transforming the art world forever with their prolific contributions including, but certainly not limited to, visionaries like Frida Kahlo, Georgia O'Keeffe and Elaine Sturtevant. Taking inspiration, WOW celebrates women and devotes itself to honoring their artistic accomplishments.
Founded by Valerie-Anne Giscard d’Estaing, the daughter of former French President Valery Giscard d’Estaing, Galerie XII LA’s curatorial goal is to showcase the pioneering works of photographic artists from Europe and Asia – many of whom have not shown their work on the West Coast before - to the Los Angeles community. Valerie-Anne says, "This exhibition highlights female artists’ work on the female form. From a diverse array of backgrounds, each artist has something unique to express and was chosen because their perspective on what it feels like to be a woman is respectful and urges the viewer to be contemplative.”
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