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100 Years | 100 Women

To mark the centennial of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote, Park Avenue Armory, with lead partner National Black Theatre and nine other multi-disciplinary cultural institutions across New York City, created the 100 Years | 100 Women Project, a two-part multi-disciplinary initiative. Collectively, the partners nominated 100 artists, including 2018 Workspace Resident Zalika Azim, activists, scholars, students, and community leaders to respond to the centennial and its complex legacy.

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Choose Your Own Adventure

This exhibition by Pixy Liao – Choose Your Own Adventure marks the beginning of the one-year exhibition program of Scope Hannover – Biennale für Fotografie und Medienkunst.

In Choose Your Own Adventure, Pixy Liao has created a site-specific adaptation of her own work that consciously incorporates the use of the Internet. The work reflects the movements on the Internet, the searching and clicking, the back and forth, up to the end of the search. It is a playful review of her own work as a conscious counter-design to a Google image search or a picture gallery.

Exhibition Dates: July 17 – August 26, 2020

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At Magazzino, Social Distancing Devices Vibrate. So Does the Art.

A Hudson Valley oasis of Italian art debuts eight up-and-coming artists — and new wearable safety tech — upon its reopening.

Great article in the New York Times on Magazzino Italian Art by Ted Loos. Ted speaks to Alessandro Teoldi at the current exhibition, curated by Vittorio Calabrese. They are now open for appointments, great day trip from NYC!

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2020 Aperture Portfolio Prize Winner: Dannielle Bowman

New York–based artist Dannielle Bowman has been selected as the winner of Aperture’s 2020 Portfolio Prize, the annual award that aims to “identify trends in contemporary photography and highlight artists whose work deserves greater recognition.”

Chosen for her ongoing series “What Had Happened,” which captures notions of displacement, family history, and home in the Los Angeles neighborhoods where she grew up, Bowman will receive a $3,000 cash prize and have her work featured in an upcoming issue of Aperture magazine. An exhibition of her work will also be staged at Baxter St at the Camera Club of New York in Manhattan.