An Exhibition and Event Series Centered on Women Artists and LGBTQIA+ Artists
The International Museum of Art and Science announces the exhibition Uncovered Spaces, in collaboration with the Center for Latin American Arts at UTRGV. The exhibition will be on display March 26 through July 10, 2022, curated by Raheleh Filsoofi and directed by Dr. Katherine McAllen.
Uncovered Spaces is an exhibition and event series centered on female artists and LGBTQIA+ artists to explore the social structures that mediate our everyday experiences. The project serves as space for women and female-identifying artists and scholars to discuss their art practice related to gender, identity, and social norms. This exhibition seeks to connect the creative process, shared knowledge, and feminine solidarity in a collaborative and community-based arts research project in South Texas.
The participating artists are Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Wendy Red Star, Margarita Cabrera, Erika Diamond, Vesna Pavlovic, Zac Thompson, Natalia Arbelaez, Jana Harper, Maria Fernanda Barrero, Melissa Potter, Daisy Patton, Lauren Sandler, and Linda Behar.