Woman x Women, a group show curated by Sugar 4 Brains, features a line-up of all women artists who examine the female body, sexuality, and its representation. The exhibition highlights nearly 30 international artists, each who contribute a varying style and mode of depiction. Station 16 Gallery is thrilled to host Woman x Women, which opens on July 30th, 2015.

The exhibition aims to draw attention to the historic underrepresentation of female artists in the public setting, and by doing so, progress towards a more balanced presence of men and women in the arts. The concept for the exhibition first came about when Sugar4Brains was invited to participate at SPECTRUM Street Art Festival in New Zealand this past year, noticing that only one of the headlining artists was a woman. The disproportionate number of artists between genders inspired Sugar4Brains to organize a show that would solely feature and celebrate female artists. The line-up developed to include a wide range of local and international talent, such as  Edith Lebeau, Hannah Faith Yata, GILF!, Handiedan, Sandra Chevrier, Alex Garant, Miss Me, Heidi Taillefer, Marie-Eve Proteau, PONY, and Vexta. Futhermore,The online reaction to Woman x Women was phenomenal, increasing the anticipation for the show.

Guerrilla Girls poster

Hannah Natali, Ghost Wolf (photo from Sugar 4 Brains)
Sophie Wilkins, Frida (photo from Sugar 4 Brains)
Edith Lebeau (image from Sugar 4 Brains)

Hannah Yata, Supercalifragilistic (image from Sugar 4 Brains)

Along with the opening of Woman x Women, Station 16 Gallery will launch Empower Equality, a silkscreen print by gilf!. Featured in the exhibition, the limited edition print will be available on Wednesday July 29, at noon EST. As an artist and activist, gilf! tackles controversial issues, promoting social and political change. For more information on the NYC-based artist, check out our previous blog on gilf!.

Empower Equality
Silkscreen on paper
30 x 22 inches

Station 16 Gallery is pleased to sponsor Woman x Women. The exhibition will run July 30th - August 8th, 2015, with a vernissage on July 30th at 5pm. For more information, on the exhibition and its curator, click here.