"Motherhood Unveiled" presents images that represent “mom” in an all encompassing manner- the good, the bad, the funny, the gross, the heartbreaking, and the triumphant sides of motherhood.Read More
Curated by Rachael Banks
Featuring work by Madeline Cass, Ally Christmas, Krista Darling, Lucy Deverall in collaboration with Kasey Clarke, Sara Fields, Lindsay Godin, Ashley Goodwin, Ani Kington, Emma Kisiel, Megan Lynch, Rebecca Memoli, Nicole Norman, Julia Rowinski, Htet San, Kate Truisi, Sloane Volpe, and Clare Welsh.
Don't Smile was able to donate $415 to Safe Place, which provides access to immediate help and supportive resources for youth in need using the submission fees collected for this exhibition.
Curated by Ashley Kauschinger
Featuring work from MaryAnna Allison, SarahAnn Austin, Rachel Barrett, Anne Berry, Sarah Belclaire, Yael Ben-Zion, Anna Brody, Kelly Burgess, Emily Chiavelli, Ginger Cook, Scarlett Coten, Helen Criales, Adrienne Defendi, Jen Ervin, Britten Leigh, Allison Jarek, Sarah Iazure, Gabby Jones, Rachel Jump, Morganna McGee, Lydia Panas, Greta Pratt, Tara Rice, Nadia Sablin, Nicole Schwartz, Stephanie Shively, Shannon Smith, Azalea Rodriquez, Carolina Sandretto, Erin Tokarz, Emily Wiethorn, Ariel Lone Williams, Emily Yang, Rana Young, and Li Zhang.Read More
Featuring work from Angela Bacon-Kidwell, Amelia Baur, Rebecca Drolen, Elin O'Hara Slavick, Carly Matthew, and Rebecca McGentrick.Read More
Our Open Road is a reaction to the Aperture Foundation's The Open Road (2015), which is a breathtaking publication. However, the book features only a few women (long live Justine Kurland and Inge Morath). Our Open Road features 11 women making work about the American landscape or traveling cross country...because women take road trips and photograph the land too.Read More
Featuring work from Lois Bielefeld, Nancy Floyd, Laurel Golio, and Pixy Liao.
There have always been women who reject traditional gender roles and conquer male-dominated fields or reimagine social mores (Hello-Boudica? The Trung Sisters?). Crashers aims to combine the work of women who make photographs about badass ladies in “unfeminine” roles, explore the alternative possibilities of heterosexual relationships, and study the complexities of gender identity.Read More