GODZILLA: Echoes From the 1990s Asian American Arts Network at Eric Firestone Gallery

 

 

 

Hung Liu, Cookie Queen, 1994, oil on shaped canvas, 67 x 48 in., 170.2 x 121.9 cm (HUNGL001). Image courtesy of the artist and Eric Firestone Gallery

Eric Firestone Gallery is pleased to announce a major exhibition exploring the history of Godzilla Asian American Arts Network, which was active in the 1990s. The exhibition will showcase the work of individual artists involved with the network at the time. Spanning two gallery spaces, the show includes established artists and also amplifies the voices of artists who have not been centered in the canon, and who made their careers showing in alternative spaces.

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‘Can Women Have One Man Shows?” Nina Yankowitz Paintings, 1960s-70s at Eric Firestone Gallery in Noho this September, 2022

 

 

 

Nina Yankowitz, Hiding Edges, 1971, acrylic spray with compressor one canvas,, dimensions variable. Image courtesy Eric Firestone Gallery.

Eric Firestone Gallery announced today its representation of Nina Yankowitz (b. 1946), a founding member of the iconic feminist collective Heresies, who since the 1960s has produced a daring body of abstract work imbued with formal and social justice concerns. Eric Firestone Gallery will feature her dynamic unstretched paintings in its debut solo exhibition on the artist, “Can Women Have One-Man Shows?”: Nina Yankowitz Paintings, 1960s–70s, on view from September 9 through October 16.

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