Artillery: “Pictures Girls Make”: Portraitures – Curated by Alison M. Gingeras – Blum & Poe

October 5, 2023

Ezrha Jean Black

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Such issues of identity and representation are one of several points of departure in “Pictures Girls Make”: Portraitures, curated by Alison M. Gingeras for Blum & Poe... The sheer quality of the work exhibited, alongside Gingeras’ curatorial scholarship and shrewd insights into the larger historical and cultural contexts in which artists forged their styles and which shaped their (and our) view of the world, make this a museum class show. But Gingeras has a gift for inter-weaving stylistic, aesthetic, cultural, thematic and narrative threads across historical periods, simultaneously refreshing our view of both historical and contemporary work and bringing them into sharp focus, which puts this exhibition into a class of its own. 

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