January 6 - February 25
a multimedia group exhibition that brings
together works by 19 artists exploring the
cultural narrative of the color pink
Curated by Dana Donaty and Renee Phillips
Pink has always been a spectacular contradiction. Historically it is known for ushering in change, and few colors are as politically charged. At the beginning of the last century, pink was considered an appropriate color for boys while blue was for girls. Pink’s meaning continues to evolve, mirroring broader cultural changes in society. Throughout the exhibition, each artist explores the color pink through their individual lenses. Through a multimedia presentation, the artists’ works are in dialogue expanding pink’s cultural narrative.