I'm also thrilled to announce a group show that I'll be a part of this fall at the McIninch Art Gallery at the Southern New Hampshire University in Machester, NH. The exhibition, titled Some Notes on the Eternally Conflicting Demands of Humanity (Not 'Femininity!') on Art, is being organized in conjunction with academic programming. It is exciting to me to have my work used as a starting point for a dialogue around meaningful issues, and hopefully as a way for viewers to understand and humanize all of the complicated issues surrounding gender and gender identity.
I will be exhibiting 7 images from The (Trans)Gender Series alongside work by Caleb Cole and Triiibe, artists who I greatly admire. It is truly a privilege and an honor to be in a show with these folks and I can't wait to see our work together in one space.
I'll be sure to repost the information at a closer date, but show details are below:
Some Notes on the Eternally Conflicting Demands of Humanity (Not 'Femininity!') on Art
A group show featuring work by Jess T. Dugan, Caleb Cole, and Triiibe.
McIninch Art Gallery
Southern New Hampshire University
Nikki, Asheville, North Carolina, 2006
The Pink Kitchen, 2008
by Caleb Cole