Pink Noise: Flexing the Frequency, Openign Reception

Pink Noise: Flexing the Frequency, Openign Reception

Image courtesy the artist and David Castillo Gallery, Miami Beach Kate Gilmore, Wall Bearer, 2011

Join us for the opening of Pink Noise: Flexing the Frequency at Girls' Club. Pink Noise: Flexing the Frequency demonstrates the prevalence of the feminine association of the color pink in contemporary art and life. Works by contemporary artists in the collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz - and beyond - embody the current ambivalence about pink, either embracing it and amplifying its message or rejecting it as limiting, outdated and trite. In Pink Noise, female artists flex their collective muscle along that narrow rose-hued continuum - morphing and contorting, expanding and evolving assumed notions of femininity and a "female style". The artists in Pink Noise produce works in a diverse range of media: photography, painting, performance, fiber art, drawing and sculpture.

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