New York Society of Women Artists: Women on the Edge of Time @ Taller Boricua, East Harlem

 

 

 

Taller Boricua kicked-off 2021 with the online exhibition, Women on the Edge of Time, featuring a collection of art by members from the prestigious and long-standing New York arts organization, New York Society of Women Artists (NYSWA). The exhibit went live, online, during Women’s History Month in March, with 36 member artists expressing their thoughts on such issues as social justice and the struggle for equality through their work.

Liberté, Egalité, Humanité by artist Elizabeth Hasegawa Agresta

‘Women on the Edge of Time’ captures the original mission of NYSWA, shedding light on issues pertaining to women and society. The online exhibit by NYSWA touches on a plethora of societal issues through life experiences by the artist  members.

‘Dead Horse Bay Series: Losing My Marbles” by artist Fran Beallor

Participating artists include:

 Elizabeth Hasegawa Agresta  Susana Aldanondo   Audrey Anastasi    Ellen Alt      Barbara Arum   Fran Beallor   Caroline Bergonzi    Deborah Brand    Linda Butti  Pamela Casper    Rose Deler    Diana Freedman-Shea   Lynne Friedman    Natalie Giugni    Lauren Gohara   Betsy Goldberg    Sheila Hecht    Lori Horowitz    Suejin Jo    Sarah Katz    Karen L. Kirshner    Sueim Koo    Yumie Kusuda    Stephanie Lee  Yolène Legrand   Jacqueline Lorieo    Francine Perlman    Leah Poller     Siena Gillann Porta    Anna Kuchel-Rabinowitz  Maureen Renahan-Krinsley    Peggy Silverstein   Anne Stanner    Lea Weinberg    Rachelle Weisberger    Lucy Wilner

She was Twenty by artist Leah Poller

New York Society of Women Artists: Women on the Edge of Time will be Online on the Taller Boricua website through May, 2021. Taller Boricua is located at 1680 Lexington Avenue at 106th Street, NYC.

Head north in Harlem and view more of the work of artist Leah Poller at Living With Art Salon in the current exhibition, At Home featuring the works of three female artists (including Poller) exploring how we live ‘At Home‘ ~ as a family, as neighbors, as friends, as lovers ~ during the Pandemic.

While you’re at Living With Art Salon, pick up a free Park to Park Map of outdoor art installations, taking viewers from Morningside Park in Harlem to art installations in East Harlem including Keith Haring’s Crack is Wack.

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