All Women Are Dangerous
a new exhibition presented by Building Bridges Art Exchange & Fabrik Magazine
Curated by Marisa Caichiolo & Chris Davies Co-Curated by Daniel Alfonso
Opens January 7th, 2017 – February 15th, 2017
Opening reception: Saturday, January 7th, 6pm – 9pm
Including work by Bootsy Holler – Lisa McCord – Eleonora Ronconi – Tami Bahat – Sandra Klein - JK Lavin – Aline Smithson – Susan Swihart – Sarah Hadley – Marian Crostic - Paula Riff – Brandy Trigueros – Pauline Gola – Marjorie Salvaterra - Samantha Geballe – Jane Szabo – Jessie Chaney
Building Bridges Art Exchange (BBAX) and FABRIK magazine welcome All Women Are Dangerous, an exhibition featuring the work by seventeen women photographers and explores and highlights the rise of female contemporary artists. Through stunning imagery, each work sheds light on some of the most pressing issues facing each artist in hopes of starting a dialog around the question: are all women dangerous?
“The exhibition focuses on the use of photography as a vehicle to explore self identity and issues of gender presentation,” stated Marisa Caichiolo, Director of BBAX. “While some of the featured artists have a conceptual or experimental approach, others have opted for the traditional photographic process. The common thread is that they all have established a very intimate and personal photographic discussion.”
The exhibition will be on view from January 7 to February 15, 2017 at BBAX in Santa Monica’s Bergamot Station and has been curated by Marisa Caichiolo, Director of BBAX, Chris Davies, CEO of Fabrik Media and publisher of Fabrik Magazine, and Cuban guest curator and art writer
The BBAX mission is dedicated to cultivating cultural understanding through the arts. They work to engage local communities and contemporary artists across the globe by facilitating workshops, educational programs, traveling exhibitions, international art exchanges and artist residencies. The main content of their exhibitions have a social and political focus represented by voices across the globe.