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"POWER"

 

June 15 - July 26

Reception Friday June 15, 7 pm

Viewings by Appointment: info@lostorigins.com // 202.409.6211

 

POWER is a multimedia exhibition exploring how female/female-identifying artists connect to and define the concepts of agency and authority. This exhibition convenes a range of U.S. and international artists of all ages and disciplines to encourage creative conversation during this tumultuous time. POWER celebrates our capacity to counter regressive cultural forces by carving out time to share work, energize the individual artist, and stress a community led approach to resistance. In keeping with this, a donation of artwork sales (art work + related artist-made merchandise) will benefit Casa Ruby, the only bilingual multicultural LGBT organization in DC providing life-saving services and programs to the most vulnerable in the LGBT community. 

POWER features the work of: 

Olive Alipit, mixed media, Colorado + Washington, D.C. 

Anais Blondet, musician, New York, NY & Lima, Peru

Fanny Boucher, mixed media artist and master intaglio printer, Paris, France

Indiana Caldwell, photography, Washington, D.C. 

Lely Constantinople, photo-based artist, Washington, D.C.

Nell Constantinople, documentary filmmaker, New York, NY

Maggy Esserman-Rice, drawing, painting

Marie Levoyet, textile design, Paris, France

Tatiyana Lewis, writer, Washington, D.C. 

Ava MacKaye, painting, drawing, patches, Washington, D.C. 

Bella MacKaye, mixed media, Washington, D.C. 

Madelaine Maior, mixed media, Colorado + Washington, D.C. 

Isabelle Martín, singer, guitar, Washington, D.C. 

Gina Matchitt*, mixed media, Wellington, New Zealand 

Aroha Millar, painting and photography, Wellington, New Zealand 

Helene Prince, singer, guitar, Washington, D.C.

Eden Taff, painting, drawing, ceramics, buttons, t-shirts, Washington, D.C.

Antonia Tricarico, photo-based artist, Washington, D.C. + Rome

Savannah Wade, mixed media, Washington, D.C.