Frost Art Museum

Artwork courtesy of the Frost Museum of Art.

In celebration of the ratification of the 19th amendment, “House to House: Women, Politics, and Place” examines two ideas: the domestic space women have dominated, and the public, political space where their voices are increasingly heard. The exhibit opens Sep. 26, 2020 and runs through Jan. 3, 2021.
On August 18, 1920, women in the United States gained the right to vote. A century later, women’s access to equity in the social and political sphere continues to be at the forefront of the popular consciousness, especially with the increasing visibility of women as political leaders. The exhibition investigates a spectrum of spaces where women have exercised agency from domestic spaces to beauty salons, factories and courtrooms. The multimedia exhibition, made possible with support from the Funding Arts Network, includes work by Aurora Molina, Catherine Opie, Martha Rosler, Wendy Red Star, Laurie Simmons, Mickalene Thomas, and Deborah Willis, among others.
“Otros Lados: Itzel Basualdo, Hugo Crosthwaite, and Judithe Hernández,” opening Aug. 22, 2020 and running through Dec. 13, 2020, considers Mexican and Mexican American experiences from three different generations of artists. The exhibit, which opens Aug. 22, 2020 and runs through Dec. 13, 2020, was inspired by the novel “A Dream Called Home” by Reyna Grande.
The works of Basualdo, Crosthwaite and Hernández offer shared vantage points with Grande’s text. 

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