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A.I.R. GALLERY Advocating for women in the arts since 1972. Supporting women in the arts since 1972.

Join us on Saturday, April 6, from 2–4pm for a workshop on traditional Chinese water-based woodcut printmaking with 2023...
03/19/2024

Join us on Saturday, April 6, from 2–4pm for a workshop on traditional Chinese water-based woodcut printmaking with 2023–2024 Fellow Xinyi Liu ()!⁠⁠
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The workshop will cover fundamental aspects, including historical context, material selection, carving methods, ink preparation, and printing processes on mulberry paper.⁠ No prior experience is necessary.⁠⁠
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Space is limited. To RSVP, please visit the link in our bio.

Join us at A.I.R. Gallery on Saturday February 3 at 6PM for "Expression and Power", a panel presented by A.I.R. Gallery ...
01/21/2024

Join us at A.I.R. Gallery on Saturday February 3 at 6PM for "Expression and Power", a panel presented by A.I.R. Gallery and the National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC) in conjunction with "CURRENTS: Free Expression and the Inexpressible"!

This panel brings together three artists from the 2024 CURRENTS exhibition, Avram Finkelstein, Viva Ruiz( ), and Asia Stewart (), as well as NCAC’s Arts & Culture Advocacy Program Director Elizabeth Larison and exhibition curator Aliza Shvarts, to discuss censorship as well as the state-mandated silencing, medically enabled violence, cultural gatekeeping, and mediatized overexposure that circumscribes what we can and cannot express.

To learn more or RSVP, click the link in our bio.

Image: Asia Stewart, FAH, 2023. Enlarged polaroid print. 20 x 20 inches.

A.I.R. Gallery will be closed from December 20, 2023 through January 5, 2024. We wish you all a happy and restful holida...
12/20/2023

A.I.R. Gallery will be closed from December 20, 2023 through January 5, 2024. We wish you all a happy and restful holiday season!⁠⁠
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Regular gallery hours will resume on Saturday, January 6 with the opening of two new exhibitions, a solo exhibition by Carolyn Martin in Gallery I, and "Free Expression and the Inexpressible," the 2024 iteration of our CURRENTS exhibition series, curated by Aliza Shvarts, in Gallery II & III.

Join  at A.I.R. on Wednesday, November 29 7 to 9PM for a special screening and discussion of the landmark 1982 documenta...
11/21/2023

Join at A.I.R. on Wednesday, November 29 7 to 9PM for a special screening and discussion of the landmark 1982 documentary "La Operación." Directed by Ana María García, the film explores the impact of US-imposed population control efforts in Puerto Rico, focusing on mass sterilization, or as it's commonly known, "la operación," that affected a staggering 1/3 of Puerto Rican women during the 1950s and 1960s.

Post-screening, NWL will lead a discussion regarding the power structure’s motivations behind historical and contemporary population control policies and how individual interests in family planning are often exploited to achieve the goals of capital. Consider this: What role does the power structure play in shaping policies around population, migration, and labor, and how do these policies impact targeted communities?

A.I.R. Gallery will be closed today, Thursday June 8, due to air quality conditions in NYC. Stay safe!
06/08/2023

A.I.R. Gallery will be closed today, Thursday June 8, due to air quality conditions in NYC. Stay safe!

In honor of our 50th anniversary we asked members of the A.I.R. community what the organization means to them! ⁠💙⁠For th...
05/19/2023

In honor of our 50th anniversary we asked members of the A.I.R. community what the organization means to them! ⁠
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For the seventh iteration of this series we are thrilled to feature artist and current A.I.R. Fellow Asia Stewart () who's solo show "dreamgurl" is currently on view. Stay tuned over the next couple months for more!

Join  at  on March 29 at 7 PM for a special public talk organized to celebrate Women’s History Month and learn about NWL...
03/23/2023

Join at on March 29 at 7 PM for a special public talk organized to celebrate Women’s History Month and learn about NWL’s campaign to get the Morning After Pill available over the counter!
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During the event, a NWL activist and plaintiff in the case against the FDA (Tummino v. Hamburg) will discuss the tactics used to win the fight to make emergency contraception available to all without a prescription.
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RSVP and learn more via the link in our bio!

DSCNNCTD Presented by A.I.R.SZN 1 was a fantastic experience! I learned a lot and was able to connect with my immediate ...
03/17/2023

DSCNNCTD Presented by A.I.R.

SZN 1 was a fantastic experience! I learned a lot and was able to connect with my immediate community of Black women. I wanted to see their work remembered and have our ideas recorded for the future so that history reflects them wholly. The artists featured in SZN 1 were: Ariel René Jackson, Ellesse Nyree Garvin, Bianca Fields, Kristen McKinney, and Keli Safia Maksud. SZN 2 recently began and included Kelli McKinney and Isabel Alicia Baptisa.

I want to take into consideration those who don’t use IG to provide a means of wider access. I can’t wait to share how it will unfold with you throughout 2023. Yes these are conversations about art, but they are also conversations about home, space, belonging, health, and more. The project is growing beautifully and I can’t wait to see how it blooms! Thank you to the A.I.R. community for letting me spend these last few weeks with you.

🔺DSCNNCTD Presented by A.I.R.🔺Episode NMBR 5 featured 2022-2023 A.I.R. Fellow Keli Safia Maksud! I had met Keli through ...
03/10/2023

🔺DSCNNCTD Presented by A.I.R.🔺

Episode NMBR 5 featured 2022-2023 A.I.R. Fellow Keli Safia Maksud! I had met Keli through Blackburn and had done a studio visit with her. As the project developed, I reached out to her and she agreed to participate. During her episode, we talked about how sound shapes space. I didn’t know that Keli was a fellow at A.I.R. until after her episode. One day I entered the gallery, and they were preparing for their fellowship opening program, and Keli was presenting. It was kismet! Take a listen. I enjoyed and learned so much from our conversation.

DSCNNCTD is a podcast dedicated to exploring the practices of Black and POC artists across disciplines. These discussions decenter the sociocultural lenses of trauma and violence to allow for conversations on aesthetics, fun, history, craftsmanship, and ingenuity to thrive.

Hi A.I.R. Community! It’s Stephanie E. Goodalle here to talk about my podcast DSCNNCTD. I started DSCNNCTD for several r...
03/03/2023

Hi A.I.R. Community! It’s Stephanie E. Goodalle here to talk about my podcast DSCNNCTD. I started DSCNNCTD for several reasons. I was already in conversation with my Black women friends at the time. This screen cap is from SZN with Atlanta-based photographer Kelli Jai McKinney.

Many Black arts professionals can speak to the sudden boom of business or interest in their work after the events of 2020. The spectacle of Black trauma is profitable and I felt that I was being approached solely to engage with this. It's tiring, limiting, and unchallenging and others share my sentiments. DSCNNCTD is that space that decenters that trauma and violence. Yes, it exists, but it doesn’t have to consume every thought.

These discussions are an archive for artists as they develop in their careers. It’s important that there are immediate resources both for an artist and their audience. DSCNNCTD allows for artists to talk and allows for listeners to revisit the discussion at a later time. I don’t want history to have to play catch up with Black and POC artists this time around. I want the record, artistically, historically, and socially to demonstrate that they, we, are here.

12/27/2022

For ✨50 years✨ has provided an essential alternative space for artistic risk-taking and feminist solidarity in the face of patriarchal and market-driven interests. From challenging the inequitable representation of women and non-binary artists to championing reproductive justice and fostering international feminist community, A.I.R. has long been a platform where the arts and activism intertwine.

As 2022 comes to a close, your tax-deductible contribution of ✨any size✨ to the will help ensure that we can continue championing women and non-binary artists for many years to come. 💫 To support our work, visit www.airgallery.org/donate 💫

Together, we recast art history. Together, we are forging feminist futures.

Images: How to Perform an Abortion, “Trigger Planting” (2022); “CURRENTS: Abortion” (2018); “CHOICE” (1992); “Sleepless in Warsaw” (2022); [A.I.R. + BATURU] (2020-21); “Dialectics of Entanglement: Do We Exist Together?” (2018); “Dialectics of Isolation: An Exhibition of Third World Women Artists of the United States” (1980).

12/15/2022

As celebrates ✨half a century✨ of feminist solidarity and mutual empowerment, our mission to provide vital resources and opportunities to women and non-binary artists is more urgent than ever. The A.I.R. Fellowship Program was established in 1993 to address the lack of support for emerging and underrepresented artists in NYC and has since enabled more than 110 women and non-binary artists to realize their first solo exhibition in NYC with the support of the A.I.R. community.

Your end-of-year tax-deductible contribution of ✨any size✨ to the will help ensure that we can continue championing women and non-binary artists for generations to come. 💫To support us, click here: www.airgallery.org/donate💫

Together, we recast art history. Together, we are forging feminist futures.

Images: A.I.R. Fellowship Exhibitions: Maya Jeffereis (2022), Bat-Ami Rivlin (2021), Sareh Imani (2020), Macon Reed (2019).

11/29/2022

For 50 years has provided an essential alternative space for artistic experimentation and rigor in the face of patriarchal and market-driven interests. While much has changed since A.I.R. was founded in 1972, our mission to provide vital resources and opportunities to women and non-binary artists is more urgent than ever.

Your contribution to the Campaign ensures that we can continue championing women and non-binary artists for many years to come. 💫 To support our work, visit www.airgallery.org/donate 💫

Together, we recast art history. Together, we are forging feminist futures.

Image 1: Women, Art, & Revolution, promotional flier for event at A.I.R. at 97 Wooster St, 1980, design by M. Field; image 2: Who Cares About Feminism?, promotional flier for event at A.I.R. at 63 Crosby St, 1991.

11/21/2022

This year celebrates ✨half a century✨ of feminist solidarity and mutual empowerment! Always at the heart of our work at A.I.R. is the model of the cooperative—a collective venture built through shared space, support, and purpose.

As a member of our community, we invite you now to join us as we collectively shape the next 50 years of this radical feminist experiment. Your tax-deductible contribution of any size to the will ensure that we can continue championing women and non-binary artists for many years to come. 💫To support us, click the link in our bio!💫

Together, we recast art history. Together, we are forging feminist futures.

This week at A.I.R. Gallery: As part of her exhibition "SOCIAL PORTRAIT," Finnish artist .haikala will be holding durati...
10/20/2022

This week at A.I.R. Gallery: As part of her exhibition "SOCIAL PORTRAIT," Finnish artist .haikala will be holding durational drawing performances each day from 4-6 PM. Haikala will draw two portraits of each sitter, and in the end, they will be able to choose which of the portraits they would like to keep for themselves.⁠
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Join us at the gallery from 4-6 PM on one of the following dates to participate: Thursday, October 20, Friday, October 21, Saturday, October 22, Sunday, October 23. ⁠
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Haikala's exhibition is the latest iteration of the artist’s ongoing "Social Portrait" project, in which she aims to equalize the art canon by drawing one-thousand portraits of everyday women around the world.⁠
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10/06/2022
09/16/2022

Today we are celebrating 50 years of A.I.R.!⁠
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At 10 a.m. on September 16, 1972, a group show opened at 97 Wooster Street in SoHo, officially introducing A.I.R. Gallery to the world. This opening marked the realization of radical efforts made by 20 women artists to move beyond conventional ways of thinking about women's art. 50 years later, A.I.R. continues to support and increase visibility for women and non-binary artists, providing an alternative space for risk-taking by artists who exist on the margins of the contemporary art world and the art historical canon.⁠
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Kicking off our 50th anniversary celebrations, we are thrilled to announce a collaboration series with The Feminist Institute ()! The series will consist of bi-weekly chapter releases of digital exhibitions that provide broader access to A.I.R.’s historic collection, which physically resides at The Fales Library & Special Collections at New York University. ⁠
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Produced by The Feminist Institute, the digital exhibitions are hosted on . Later this year, the exhibitions and ephemera will also be available via the newly redesigned thefeministinstitute.org alongside other feminist documentation, including materials from the New York Public Library (), , Mary Beth Edelson (former A.I.R. Member), supersisters™ (), and the Addresses Project ().

08/04/2022

From now through October 12, we invite artists to submit works to our upcoming 2023 Biennial exhibition, "Friend of the Artist", curated by Eriola Pira ()!⁠⁠
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As with most artist-run spaces, A.I.R. Gallery’s story begins with a couple of friends in 1972. Even if they didn’t put each other in their work, the gallery they founded ensured that we now know who they were there with, not to mention the countless other women and non-binary artists who have come together since. Fifty years later, the 15th A.I.R. Biennial looks to showcase the friends of artists, welcoming both glimpses of those you are together with today and considerations of community and solidarity more broadly. The show asks artists to invite the public into their intimate and interconnected webs of relations, love, care, and mutual support. So whether you are making work with your comrades or putting them in your art, show up!⁠⁠
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Curated by Eriola Pira (), Curator at the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School, this exhibition is open to artists working across all forms and disciplines.⁠⁠
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Learn more and apply via the link in our bio!⁠⁠
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05/08/2022
"A Digital Pastoral", Michele AbramowitzPhotography: Sebastian Bach
05/03/2022

"A Digital Pastoral", Michele Abramowitz
Photography: Sebastian Bach

A.I.R. Members Daria Dorosh () and Yvonne Shortt () have been working on developing alternative methods for artists to s...
03/20/2022

A.I.R. Members Daria Dorosh () and Yvonne Shortt () have been working on developing alternative methods for artists to show work and create their own communities and opportunities. The result has been the Artist Open Call Framework.⁠⁠
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Through the Artist Open Call, artists self-select to participate in opportunities, rejecting the traditional selection process as hierarchical and driven by a scarcity mindset. Artists meet weekly to build trust and connections through Zoom or in-person conversations. This preparatory exploration then impacts the creative process on-site. The Framework is currently being prototyped at A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY⁠⁠
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To find more information about the Artist Open Call Framework please visit the link in our bio. Daria and Yvonne encourage anyone interested to reach out about creating their own Open Call. ⁠⁠
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Image Description: ⁠Black text talking about the Artist Open Call Framework on a gradient light green background.

“Item  # 25-033” a solo show by New York Member Erica Stoller (.stoller) opens tomorrow March 19, from 12-6pm! 🧵Continui...
03/18/2022

“Item # 25-033” a solo show by New York Member Erica Stoller (.stoller) opens tomorrow March 19, from 12-6pm!
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Continuing her use of unconventional industrial materials to define space, Erica Stoller’s “Item # 25-033” is a single wall-to-wall installation of Manila rope. The installation fills the gallery with lines of rope that define planes, create an enclosure, and throw shadows on the walls and floor. There are no metaphors here; the stuff is what it’s all about.
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Photograph © Jeff Goldberg/Esto
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Image Description: A woman facing away from the camera attaches orange paracord to a sculpture made of Manila rope.

It’s been thirty years and the fight goes on! Featuring over 500 works dealing with the topic of reproductive rights, “C...
03/17/2022

It’s been thirty years and the fight goes on! Featuring over 500 works dealing with the topic of reproductive rights, “Choice: A Show of Solidarity for Women's Reproductive Rights ” took place at A.I.R. Gallery at 63 Crosby Street, from December 10 to January 4, 1992. The exhibition was a demonstration of support by artists and writers for all women and their right to access reproductive information and abortion care. The proceeds were donated to Planned Parenthood, NYC. ⁠⁠
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To defend abortion access for all, sign the Planned Parenthood Petition via the link in our bio⁠.⁠⁠
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Image Description: Carousel image featuring an installation shot of the “Choice” show. There are many frames and objects hung on the wall, as well as pedestals carrying a box tv and miscellaneous items. The second image portrays the front side (top), and the back side (bottom) of the exhibition postcard.

Today is the last day to see our current shows, “CURRENTS: Identity Politics” and “S...as in Sylvia”! ⁠⁠⌛⁠⁠“CURRENTS: Id...
03/13/2022

Today is the last day to see our current shows, “CURRENTS: Identity Politics” and “S...as in Sylvia”! ⁠⁠
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“CURRENTS: Identity Politics” features twelve artists whose works address timely issues of identity, coalition building, and intersectional analysis and action from nuanced and diverse perspectives.⁠⁠
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“S...as in Sylvia”, is an exhibition of recent work by the sculptor Sylvia Netzer. Installed on custom tabletop pedestals designed by the artist, the individual works serpentine across the gallery in another S-shape, the whole echoing its parts.⁠⁠
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Image Description: Carousel image of an installation shot in a gallery with one purple wall and one white. A video is projected onto the purple wall, and a blue, white, and red painting is hung on the white wall. Between these works is a purple pedestal with small sculptures on it. The second image is of a blue s-shaped sculpture on a bright yellow pedestal. Behind it are two yellow walls with drawings on them.

Stephanie J. Woods’ (.woods), "Protection Politics" (2022) is a community engagement project started in 2018. According ...
03/12/2022

Stephanie J. Woods’ (.woods), "Protection Politics" (2022) is a community engagement project started in 2018. According to Woods, "The phrase Protection Politics is about self-preservation, and self-governing. What are ways that we maintain our dignity when faced with tribulations? Is it through affirmations and perseverance? And are these coping devices that we have established a form of defense developed for our survival?" The iteration of "Protection Politics" currently on display at A.I.R. displays reflections from 72 southern Black American women. ⁠⁠
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“CURRENTS: Identity Politics” (February 12 - March 13) features twelve artists whose works address timely issues of identity, coalition building, and intersectional analysis and action from nuanced and diverse perspectives.⁠⁠
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Stephanie J. Woods is a multimedia artist from Charlotte, NC, currently based in Albuquerque, NM. Woods’ is the recipient of several residencies and fellowships, including Black Rock Senegal, the Fine Arts Work Center fellowship, ACRE Residency, the McColl Center for Art + Innovation, and Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists Residency. Her work is featured in the permanent collection at the Virginia Museum of Fine Art, and she has exhibited her work at Smack Mellon, and Tiger Strikes Asteroid, NY. Additionally, her work has been featured in BOMB Magazine, Art Papers, Burnaway, and the Boston Art Review.⁠⁠
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Image: Protection Politics, 2022, Lavender Notes, Acrylic Sheets, and Brave Purple Paint, 3ft x 19ft. Description: The first image depicts nine white pieces of paper displayed on a purple wall, and the second shows one of the cards that reads in a typed font: “We are the ones who…”, and then in handwriting “Make ‘IT’ happen, built this country, bear the weight of it all, will overcome, shine into everlasting, take what’s ours only to turn around and share it”.

It's the last week to see our current shows, “CURRENTS: Identity Politics” and “S...as in Sylvia” before they close on M...
03/06/2022

It's the last week to see our current shows, “CURRENTS: Identity Politics” and “S...as in Sylvia” before they close on March 13! ⁠⁠
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“CURRENTS: Identity Politics” features twelve artists whose works address timely issues of identity, coalition building, and intersectional analysis and action from nuanced and diverse perspectives.⁠⁠
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“S...as in Sylvia”, is an exhibition of recent work by the sculptor Sylvia Netzer. Installed on custom tabletop pedestals designed by the artist, the individual works serpentine across the gallery in another S-shape, the whole echoing its parts.⁠⁠
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Image Description: Carousel image of an installation shot with two paintings and a freestanding sculptural piece, a second installation shot of a monitor portraying a film piece connected to headphones and a phone, and a third installation shot of two ceramic “S’ shaped pieces on two yellow, rounded pedestals.

On view until March 5th, “CLOUD DREAMSCAPE”, is an exhibition at The Putney Public Library, in Putney, Vermont. A collec...
02/25/2022

On view until March 5th, “CLOUD DREAMSCAPE”, is an exhibition at The Putney Public Library, in Putney, Vermont. A collection of works in a small- scale display case, the exhibition is the result of a collaborative process including 9 A.I.R. Gallery artists. Both whimsical and provocative, the use of the display case, turned miniature sculpture garden, creates space for material experimentation and cooperation. This is the first of two exhibitions spanning February-March that prototype a new model called the Artist Open Call.⁠⁠
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Participating artists include: Tomoko Abe (), Daria Dorosh (), Yvette Drury Dubinsky (), Maxine Henryson (), Rosina (Zini) Lardieri (), Negin Moss (), Yvonne Shortt ( ),Susan Stainman ( ), and Nancy Storrow⁠⁠ ( )
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February’s case features the following works:⁠⁠
"Lotus Cloud House" by Rosina (Zini) Lardieri, "If I Were A Book" by Yvonne Shortt, "Finger/ Prints" by Nancy Storrow, and "Silver Lining Milestone" by Tomoko Abe⁠⁠
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Image Description: 4 sculptures sit inside a wooden and glass case. The bottom of the case has a print of the sky and clouds.

Ranee Henderson ()’s mixed media painting dissects the progression and regression of the words “vigil”, “vigilance”, and...
02/16/2022

Ranee Henderson ()’s mixed media painting dissects the progression and regression of the words “vigil”, “vigilance”, and “vigilante” amidst a backdrop of global dissension and chaos. For Henderson, the fletch represents the meditative and guiding nature of vigils; the shaft illustrates the alertness and long hours of vigilance; the head denotes the well-honed brutality of the vigilante. These varied parts come together to reveal the artist’s disoriented subjectivity in face of change and uncertainty. ⁠⁠
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“CURRENTS: Identity Politics” (February 12 - March 13) features twelve artists whose works address timely issues of identity, coalition building, and intersectional analysis and action from nuanced and diverse perspectives.⁠⁠
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Ranee Henderson is a multi-disciplinary artist. She graduated from both Emily Carr University of Art and Design, and Art Center College of Design. She completed her MFA at Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College. Most recently, she was a participant at the Golden Residency (2020) and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (2019). She has built up a diverse body of work, which has been exhibited in Canada and the United States. Henderson currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California.⁠⁠
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Image: Ranee Henderson, 'We be vigil, vigilance, and vigilante', 2020, Oil and Crayon on Canvas. Description: A painting depicting a wooden door with yellow trim, slightly opened with a green door k**b and three green feet holding a door stop that has been split by a bent arrow.

02/12/2022

“S...as in Sylvia”, a solo exhibition by A.I.R. New York Member Sylvia Netzer, and “CURRENTS: Identity Politics” are both on view starting today! There will be an opening reception from 12-6pm. To book an appointment, please visit the linktree in our bio.⁠⁠
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Featuring works by Ohan Breiding (), Kiani Ferris (.kiani), Yalda Foroughmand Arabi (), Ranee Henderson (), KC Crow Maddux (), Yvonne Osei (), Denisse Griselda Reyes (), Morgan Thomas Shankweiler (), Julia Kim Smith (), Asia Stewart (), Angelica Trimble-Yanu (), and Stephanie J. Woods (.woods). ⁠⁠
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First image: Sylvia Netzer, “‘S’ as in Sylvia,” 2020, High-fired stoneware clay, high-fired glazes. Description: a rounded S-shaped ceramic form, with blue and sienna colored glaze, against an earth yellow background.⁠⁠
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Second image: Yvonne Osei, EXTENSIONS, 2018, video still. Description: a Black woman wearing a brightly-patterned dress is getting her hair braided with dark blue extensions, with three working hands visible in the frame.

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